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pavithra murthy
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hi ranchers
i wanted one information .

i have created a simple html Page(html name is feb6.html ) for login in a local folder (d:\javaexamples) in my PC. now i want to execute that html .
what path do i need to specify in the address bar
do i need to start tomcat server or not ?
is it
http://localhost:8080/javaexamples/feb6.html (TRIED WITH THIS BUT NOT HAPPENING)

OR IS IT ANY DIFFERENT ADDRESS PLease TELL ME
 
Balagopal Kannampallil
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Hi,

For accessing an html page like this
http://localhost:8080/javaexamples/feb6.html
The feb6.html should be present inside a web application named javaexamples deployed inside your web server.

You can take two approaches to see how your HTML gets rendered in a browser.
Easy way.
* Smple Way You can right click you feb6.html and open it in IE/Firefox or anybrowser in your PC.

The other way
* You can create a web application named javaexamples.
* Make a webpage named feb6.html inside you web application.
* Deploy your web application in your web server.
* Call the webpage like the way your are calling.
 
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