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I am new to servlets and jsp.I want to know what are the system path settings i needed to make to run servlets and jsp in tomcat server and also in jboss.I am just not able to run servlets.
 
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hi,

if you are using tomcat then set classpath to servlet-api.jar if it is 4.x;servlet.jar if it is 5.x. you can find these jars in 'lib' directory of tomcat.

if you want to use weblogic, then set class path to weblogic.jar

and about jboss, i have no idea
 
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Searching over google would definitely return you alot more.
This is the one I got.
http://www.samspublishing.com/articles/article.asp?p=26920&seqNum=4&rl=1
 
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I like to make a jsp page that will print out the system properties.
depending on the app server, or other API that are installed you may see the classpath that is being used from the point of view of the JSP page, and any other system variables that would have been set (like -D java environment variables on the JVM command line that started the container).


[ June 27, 2006: Message edited by: Travis Hein ]
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