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I'm new to working in Solaris.  My servlets in Linux have to be ported to Solaris.

In which folder in solaris I have to save my class files?  Under /usr/apache/htdocs or /usr/apache/jserv or any other folder?  Please help.
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doesn't matter, usually. Means that it just depends on your apache configuration.
But it's good practice to have your servlets *not* in the document root directory (which probably is /usr/apache/htdocs)
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