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Don't give up...

Posted by Kishori Sharan on December 10, 2000 at 12:27 PM

Yes, you can access your servlet even if it is in a jar file. You have to keep that jar file in a specific directory depending on your webserver. For Javawebserver, JSWDK and Tomcat you need to keep that jar file under lib sub-folder of the webserver. Suppose you have installed javawebserver in a folder c:\jws then there will be a subfolder c:\jws\lib . If your jar file name is si.jara then the location of jar file will be c:\jws\lib\si.jar and then you can access your servlet as usual. If you are using a webserver other than these three then plase see that webserver's documentation for placing your jar file. But, I am sure you can do that. So don't give up. Keep trying...



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