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Simple instructions for deploying a Netbeans 6.9 JSP/Tomcat 6.0 project?

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It's sort of a large project with 100s of servlets, want to deploy it soon too , wondering if someone knows of any USEFUL deployment guides as I've never deployed this combo before precisely....thanks for your help....
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So you want to deploy JSP on tomcat.
Create war and deploy it on tomcat.
You can use maven2
http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2007/03/01/building-web-applications-with-maven-2.html

http://maven.apache.org/
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Even if there is servlet, no issue, you can create war file
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that helps, thanks
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