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Hi
what is the use of <load-on-startup> in web.xml and in what cases i need that.
what is the procedure to change the default index.jsp to be replaced my own servlet when i type http://localhost:8080/
what r steps to be done for that
thanks in advance
 
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I recommend you download the Servlet spec. It contains lots of very useful information, including the answer to your questions.

You can't go wrong by spending a day reading over this document.

Servlet 2.3
Servlet 2.4
[ November 28, 2003: Message edited by: Mike Curwen ]
 
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Hi Sunny..
Yes U can do one thing ... go and visit the links related to Servlets spec and as well Tomcat server spec.
That will surely help u lot..
Preeti
 
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