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    linux apache serever

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    by evelint ·

    I need to give access to servlets through my apache serever, Ihave tried creating a share and giving it the path where the servlets are supposse to be inserted but when I open the fservlet folder at an nt station I do not see all the contents of theserver dir in /home/httpd/servlets. please help

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      linux apache serever

      by ramil.israfilov ·

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      You problem is divided into two parts. First problem is directory listing problem and another one is the servlet execution problem under Apache server. First problem is not so difficult to solve. Just add this lines to your httpd.conf file:

      Options Indexes

      But I think it is not necessary due to the second problem. The second problem is that Apache server itself can’t run servlets. You have to use servlet engines like Tomcat or JServ with conjunction with Apache server. Go to the http://jakarta.apache.org for futher instructions.
      Ramil.

      • #3703264

        linux apache serever

        by evelint ·

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    • #3703498

      linux apache serever

      by brianbarber ·

      In reply to linux apache serever

      The new version of Apache (2.0) has a servlet engine, I believe. Upgrade to that and point to /home/httpd/servlets in httpd.conf.

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        by evelint ·

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      by evelint ·

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