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Hi,
I am new to servlets. Whether it is always the web.xml is required to run the servlets. Is there any other way we can run the servlets without the web.xml. What is the importance of using web.xml file in servlet?
 
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This is a pretty well beaten subject here:
Use the search command with keywords:
web.xml required
and you should find some good threads on the subject.
 
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web.xml is the Deployment Descriptor. it tells Container to perform tasks, sort of.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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