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AntoineAntoine Member Posts: 12
Hi,
I have this appliation am making using servlets but whenever i deploy it in tomcat i can only access one class. Whenever i try to pass data to the other (as a form) i get an error message that the class cant be found. I dont know f its the web.xml configuration that is the problem coz i've tried changing it but still no results. Anyone know how i can solve this?

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  • Javadev001Javadev001 Member Posts: 1
    : Hi,
    : I have this appliation am making using servlets but whenever i deploy it in tomcat i can only access one class. Whenever i try to pass data to the other (as a form) i get an error message that the class cant be found. I dont know f its the web.xml configuration that is the problem coz i've tried changing it but still no results. Anyone know how i can solve this?
    :
    Hi,
    Can you please give the exact error it is throwing like 404 not found or similar error.
  • AntoineAntoine Member Posts: 12
    : : Hi,
    : : I have this appliation am making using servlets but whenever i deploy it in tomcat i can only access one class. Whenever i try to pass data to the other (as a form) i get an error message that the class cant be found. I dont know if its the web.xml configuration that is the problem coz i've tried changing it but still no results. Anyone know how i can solve this?
    : :
    : Hi,
    : Can you please give the exact error it is throwing like 404 not found or similar error.
    :

    I've kind of dealt with the error but now when i try to load the page it gives me the download prompt (as in its downloading teh paeg instead of displaying it).

    this is my xml configuration:
    <!DOCTYPE web-app
    PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD Web Application 2.3//EN"
    "http://java.sun.com/dtd/web-app_2_3.dtd">



    First Servlet

    A basic hellow world program



    Hello
    mypackage.Hello


    Hello2
    mypackage.Hello2


    Hello
    /hello


    Hello2
    /hello2


    index.jsp



    -----
    It can display the Hello servlet but downloads the Hello2. The way it works is - i place a get request to from Hello to Hello2 but even if i load it directly as u would any other web page it still downloads the page.

  • mohammedkashifmohammedkashif Member Posts: 1
    : : : Hi,
    : : : I have this appliation am making using servlets but whenever i deploy it in tomcat i can only access one class. Whenever i try to pass data to the other (as a form) i get an error message that the class cant be found. I dont know if its the web.xml configuration that is the problem coz i've tried changing it but still no results. Anyone know how i can solve this?
    : : :
    : : Hi,
    : : Can you please give the exact error it is throwing like 404 not found or similar error.
    : :
    :
    : I've kind of dealt with the error but now when i try to load the page it gives me the download prompt (as in its downloading teh paeg instead of displaying it).
    :
    : this is my xml configuration:
    : <!DOCTYPE web-app
    : PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD Web Application 2.3//EN"
    : "http://java.sun.com/dtd/web-app_2_3.dtd">
    :
    :
    :
    : First Servlet
    :
    : A basic hellow world program
    :
    :
    :
    : Hello
    : mypackage.Hello
    :
    :
    : Hello2
    : mypackage.Hello2
    :
    :
    : Hello
    : /hello
    :
    :
    : Hello2
    : /hello2
    :
    :
    : index.jsp
    :
    :
    :
    : -----
    : It can display the Hello servlet but downloads the Hello2. The way it works is - i place a get request to from Hello to Hello2 but even if i load it directly as u would any other web page it still downloads the page.
    :
    :

    Hi friend,
    All you need to do is develop your servlet so that it contains all the classes you want to deploy in tomcat. compile it and then make a jar file of it. Add this jar file into org/apache/catalina package of tomcat. Make appropraite changes in web.xml so that it will load
    this jar file. Restart tomcat and view the url you want.




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