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Default Trouble registering a servlet in Websphere 5.

Does anyone know (or where I can find info on) how to register a servlet in the default web application in Websphere 5 manually?
I have place a compiled servlet in the WEB-INF/classes folder and it is still not accessable from a browser.


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