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From Schalk Neethling <sch...@volume4.com>
Subject Re: Jave Server Pages
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2004 10:45:49 GMT
Bernard

To answer your question:
Your directory structure should be as follows:

TOMCAT_ROOT/webapps/
---------------------- myapp [ All of your usual web files including 
html and JSP's should go here.
------------------------- WEB-INF
------------------------------- classes [ Compiled java classes ]
------------------------------- lib [ All you jars ]
------------------------------- src [ Source code ]
------------------------------- web.xml

The code you showed below will not really tell you whether your JSP is 
working or not. Instead write the following code:

<html>
<body>
<%
JspWriter out = new JspWriter();
out.print("Hello World");
%>
</body>
</html>

Bernard Pace wrote:

>Hi,
>   I am trying to run my first jsp page on Tomcat.  My current version 
>is 5.0.30.  The code I am applying to the jsp is the following
>
><body>
>Hello, world
></body>
></html>
>
>How the file that I am saving where should I place it, and should I 
>update an XML file?
>
>
>Thanks in Advance
>  
>

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