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dear experts,

i could not figure out where to put my servlet and class file that will work.
i put all the jsp file under docroot which is at the same level as the tomcat directory under /www/(url).
inside the docroot, i create WEB-INF/classes/mypackage/, put all the java class in this directory.

please help. thanks.
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by:aozarov
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Put your project under Tomcat_5.0\webapps.
The structure should be:
 your_app_folder\(*.html | *.jsp)
your_app_folder\WEB-INF\web.xml
your_app_folder\WEB-INF\lib (jar files normally third party libraries)
your_app_folder\WEB-INF\classes  (any classes your project needs including compiled servlets)

The context of your application will be the name of your_app_folder (that can be changed though)
For more details or if you want to put the project elsewere see: http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2001/04/19/tomcat.html
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You might want to look at: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-5.0-doc/appdev/deployment.html as well.
it is a summary of the file structure of your project and tomcat 5.0
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thanks,
but I am not allowed to create directory under webapps on the server
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you can "war" it and then just put it there. war is the same compression as zip. so you can zip your_app_folder and then rename it to XXXX.war.
make sure you have web.xml in your WEB-INF.
If that is not acceptable as well then read the link above for more details. Basically you can either define a Context in server.xml or use the Deployer application.
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