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where can i put servlet/jsp files in SUN ONE

 
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Hi,
where can i put servlet/jsp files in SUN ONE Server.
 
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Which version? Application Server 7.x?
 
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my server version is 7.0 ...plz tell me any body know abt servlet/jsp files path
 
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OK if you want to assemble and deploy Applications on Sun One App Server 7.0 you should do it with Sun One Studio 4.0 (IDE) it's very easy...
1.- Create a WAR module (it's very easy with the IDE) in this module you must put the Servlets & the JSP files...
2.- Create a JAR module and put in the EJB classes (optional)
3.- Finally add the Web Module (WAR) and EJB Module (JAR) into the App Module (EAR) and deploy this module (EAR) why don't see this link?
<a href='http://docs.sun.com/source/816-7860/index.html'>Tutorial</a>
 
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