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From "Robert Keddie" <>
Subject RE: Question about configuration
Date Tue, 27 Feb 2001 21:54:53 GMT
HI Unni...can u helpme out too?
I have Apache 1.3.14/Tomcat 1.1.2
 both running...
i can call up the helloworld example through the local host
but i cant call up my own jsp's! i get a 404

im on a win nt

Robert Keddie
web development
Marion County, FL

>>> Robert.Stote@GTECH.COM 02/27/01 04:45PM >>>

I'm on Win2k

sorry I should have provided that



-----Original Message-----
From: Web master []
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 4:26 PM
Subject: Re: Question about configuration

Hi Stote,

What OS are u using? If you are using Win'98 or Win NT, please let me 
know, I will try my level best to help you.


Stote, Robert wrote:

> Hello:
> I was wondering...after I get apache and Tomcat installed where do I go
> there...I've read all the documentation (users guide, developing
> applications, howto etc..)...and feeling over whelmed. I would like to
> my servlets reside on Tomcat, the requests would be coming from html pages
> from apache...worded poorly sorry...but the long and the short of it is I
> have no idea what I should or shouldn't be changing...on the config files
> for example...are the pound signs..section that are commented out...where
> I add the included statments..and when I did follow the users guide and
> edited the sever.xml file the whole thin (Tomcat) stopped working...I hope
> some one can help me..all I want to have happen is have an html, or jsp
> forward a request to a servlet which resides on Tomcat, have the servlet
> what it has to do...then stream back the html, or xml back to the browser.
> I am completely there a book or something I should be reading ? I
> am a java programmer, and used to using javawebserver...
> Rob (total newbie)
> I guess there is a reason I only program in java ;)
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