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Default Netbean users ....please help me out


I am new to servlet.I am using Netbean as a IDE. I don't know how to write a servlet program in IDE as well as run...can any one help me?
I saw help file i didn't understood...


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  You can create a Servlet in the IDE by selecting Servlet from "File->New" or right clicking in the Project Explroer -- it is one of the options. If you take this route, you will get a class with code filled in already implementing all of the Methods, you can just add your own logic.

 Alternately, if you have an existing servlet or want to hand-code your own, you can use 'Mark As Servlet' which I beleive is under 'Tools' ( don't have my IDE handy at the moment).

If you have a Servlet and go to 'Execute', NetBeans will launch an internal Tomcat process and excecute your servlet to it, as well as bring up a browser window and point you to the correct port on localhost so that you can view it. You can specify which browser under "Options".

disclaimer: I still use NetBeans 3.4.x .. haven't upgraded to 3.5 yet.

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