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Marchello Lippi
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Hi all,

I'm total newbie in Java, that's why I'm asking this in "Meaningless" branch.
I'm on 5th out of 40 levels of my Java Core course (java classes and constructors).
I've read in some article that to know what webservices are it is enough to "speak in Java Core" and also to know where to place my files so that web server whould see them.

Would someone please correct me if I understood it wrong and give some hints where to read about it (yes, I tried to google it).
Thanks ahead.
 
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Marchello Lippi wrote:
I've read in some article that to know ....


Please QuoteYourSources.

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Marchello Lippi
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Ok, it was not in English, but this is what google translate says:


In Java, the base is the Core Java. Technologies you can not use it without knowing the basics. After all, in fact, that is, for example, the same servlets - it's just a java-classes are placed in a specific folder in the folder, which provides a web-server. And that makes the servlet - is another method of java-class, placed in another folder, which also includes a web server. All servlet technology, if simplistic, is to ensure that the right to place classes into folders, and the rest - Core Java.


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The use of the term "Core Java" is unhelpful because it doesn't have a fixed definition. If I could paraphrase your Google translation from the Russian document:

"Servlets are written in Java. A servlet must extend a particular class and there is a certain amount of configuration you must do for it to work correctly."
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:The use of the term "Core Java" is unhelpful because it doesn't have a fixed definition. If I could paraphrase your Google translation from the Russian document:

"Servlets are written in Java. A servlet must extend a particular class and there is a certain amount of configuration you must do for it to work correctly."


Thanks Paul!
I had a doubt that only putting files into right directories is enough.
Would you also please advise what is good to read about it for total newbie?
Appreciate. 
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