Junilu Lacar wrote:Since you don't seem to understand that a JSP essentially is a servlet then I have my doubts about whether you understand how a form submission gets routed to a servlet that handles the form submission request.
Describe how you came to the conclusion that the servlet class was somehow missing. Tell us exactly where you looked and why you looked there. Normally, you'd first look in web.xml to see how URLs are mapped. From there, you can tell if you're using some kind of framework like Struts or Spring MVC and then continue searching from there.
Can you actually submit the form and get a response? If so, then the servlet isn't missing; you just don't know where to look.
Junilu Lacar wrote:Answer this question first: when you bring up that particular form in your browser, can you successfully submit the form and get back a valid response? If so, there is nothing missing. Whether or not your war or jar file was unpacked when it was deployed to the server is irrelevant.
tangara goh wrote:Of course the form can be sent or submitted by user ... What do you think ?
I'd like to know do people unpack the .war files themselves or hand it to the web hosting company people to unpack and put it in the relevant directory in Tomcat ?
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