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I downloaded J2SDK1.4 and J2EE sdk 1.3.1 and installed them.
Lucky enough, I was able to run and see the default web page named index.html and get the congrats message.
and succeed the Hello jsp page.

What next?

I have to run servlets and jsp files.

I'm not quite sure how to configure environments.

1. How can I conigure environments, mapping virtual folders to actual folders, changing port numbers?
2. next question
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Thanks.

It's helpful.

Tell me how to configure the settings.
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I found how to change ports.
In web.properties.
but unfortunately after some modifications(8000 -> 80)
the browser complains.
The message is as follows.

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J2EE SDK/1.3.1 - HTTP Status 500 - No Context configured to process this request

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type Status report

message No Context configured to process this request

description The server encountered an internal error (No Context configured to process this request) that prevented it from fulfilling this request.
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