On 3/27/07, Bruce Gilbert <webguync at gmail.com> wrote: > I am attempting some tutorials from a book I bouth called 'Foundations > of Ajax', and the exercises that involve a java servlet are not > working. These are files ending in .java that are called from the html > file with JS/CSS etc. My question I guess is does the .java servlet > file need to live in a certain directory on the server or is there any > special installation on the server end to get this to work? The server > is remote, so I don't have direct access to it, but I do know it's an > apache server. > ..new to java servlets if you haven't guessed! The short answer to your question is: yes. There is additional setup beyond simply plopping the file on the web server. What servlet container does your server use? Tomcat? Another? -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.