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How do I deploy and run this JSP Web Application locally?

I am using Tomcat 6.0 through port 8282.  I am able to deploy and run other JSP Web Applications without errors.  The attachment is located at I:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 6.0\webapps\ on my local machine.  When I attempt to deploy and run the attached JSP Web Application locally (http://localhost:8282/GasCalculator2/gasCalculator2.jsp), I get the error below.  What is causing this error?  Thank you in advance!  
HTTP Status 500 - 
 
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type Exception report
 
message 
 
description The server encountered an internal error () that prevented it from fulfilling this request.
 
exception 
 
org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /gasCalculator2.jsp(43,18) File "/currentTime.jspf" not found

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rrzCommented:
>         <p>As of <%@include file="currentTime.jspf" %>, gas costs $${gas.pricePerGallon} per gallon</p>  
I guess that is line 43 that produced the error.   When using a relative path the file currentTime.jspf should be in the same folder as the file gasCalculator2.jsp.   Why do you have the  extension txt on your JSPs and java source file ?   Is it because you haven't registered the jsp and java extensions with your file editor ?   What is your Operating System  ?
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CharleneS77Author Commented:
>>>>  When using a relative path the file currentTime.jspf should be in the same folder as the file gasCalculator2.jsp.

That did it thank you!


>>>>Why do you have the  extension txt on your JSPs and java source file ?

So I could upload the zipped file here.  The other extensions are not supported.
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CharleneS77Author Commented:
Thank you for the fast and accurate response!
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