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From echaiguer abderrahim <echaig...@montrouge.sl.slb.com>
Subject RE: newbie question
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2001 16:15:41 GMT

David, I did that and just copied across all my servlets from /opt/jserv to 
../webapps/servlets
Either I try to execute them from the dev port 8080 or webserser 80 nothing 
make I have a error  Not Found (404)

What am I missing ?
Thanks
Abde


At 04:37 PM 9/5/2001 +0200, David DELGRANCHE wrote:
>         Hi,
>
>         There is no manipulation to do to your servlets if you want to 
> migrate
>from JServ to Tomcat. Tomcat is just a application server. You need to
>install Tomcat and configure Apache to work with it by default. After, just
>create a directory for your servlets and put them there!  There is no
>change in code to do!
>
>         David.
>
>-----Message d'origine-----
>De:     echaiguer abderrahim [SMTP:echaiguer@montrouge.sl.slb.com]
>Date:   mercredi 5 septembre 2001 15:32
>A:      tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>Objet:  newbie question
>
>
>
>Hi ,
>
>I just decided to move to the J2EE architecture. I was previously working
>with Apache / Jserv . I was wondering if there is an easy
>to migrate all my servlets  to Tomcat without  a lot of code manipulation.
>
>Thanks,
>Abde



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