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I was not able to run any new servlets on my linux machine.

Some of the existing servets run ok.
 
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Santosh Babu,
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Sorry about my previous question.

Our web application does not have any servlets of its own today.

But it uses other app's servlets sometimes which are declared in web.xml.

We are trying to just run a small servlet of our own within our web app. We have spent 2 days and we are getting sometimes http 404, http 405, http 400 etc.
All kinds of random errors.

When we include a servlet for the first time, do we need to make any one time changes to the app in addition to changing web.xml.
 
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Sorry about my previous question.

Our web application does not have any servlets of its own today.

But it uses other app's servlets sometimes which are declared in web.xml.

We are trying to just run a small servlet of our own within our web app. We have spent 2 days and we are getting sometimes http 404, http 405, http 400 etc.
All kinds of random errors.

When we include a servlet for the first time, do we need to make any one time changes to the app in addition to changing web.xml.
 
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we need more information, santosh. are there any errors on the tomcat console/log?
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