You need to have the servlet mapped in web.xml.

And generally servlets belong in WEB-INF/classes.

If this is confusing, check out some tutorials on java web applications.

yong


On Sep 24, 2007, at 2:31 PM, Steve Burrus wrote:

Hi all. I have been encountering some difficulty in trying to see a  
servlet in my web browser with Resin for a long time now! I think  
that it is a matter of the proper placement of the servlet file into  
the right folder of the whole Resin server installation. Is the  
servlet supposed to be placed into the "webapps" folder? If not then  
into which folder should it be put to be able to see it and not get  
the old server error msg. about the resource not found?
Can you find the hidden words?  Take a break and play Seekadoo! Play  
now!
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