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From Mike Braden <>
Subject RE: Please help! - It's ok!
Date Wed, 14 Feb 2001 23:26:02 GMT
You should be posting this type of question to the tomcat-user list.

You may also want to look through the user list archives.

A good source for information is the Tomcat website.

Sun also has some tutorials on jsp and servlets -

O'Reilly has a good book that uses Tomcat - JavaServer Pages by Hans

You can also try some of the java web sites like

For technical info, look at the servlet and jsp api's available on Sun's web

Good luck.

Mike Braden

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniela Hasel []
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2001 6:04 PM
Subject: Please help! - It's ok!

I finally managed to get the sample files working. It seems that some
component on the machine I was working on failed. I simply had to reboot the
system and then everything came back up again ok as it did previously.
Unfortunately, I've been working on our development server, so that was a
pain for everyone who was using the server!!!

Now that I finally have the sample servlets working I'm trying to get my own
web application up and working. I've placed a folder with the same directory
structure as the examples one under the WebApps folder. I made the necessary
changes to the server.xml as the documentation describes and my web
application is still not running as it should. (I'm following documentation
I have for how to do this, but some of it is pretty general and vague!)

Does anyone have by chance a step-by-step instruction guide as to how to
create your own web application using TomCat and Apache? Something that
would totally spell out where every file ought to be, exactly what needs to
be written in the config files and how to launch the entire thing?

Thanks again for your help! I really appreciate your support!

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