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harshitha • Nov 26, 2008

Where can I download JSDK 2.0 servlet runner?

hi ,
anybody who reads this please tell me wher can i find jsdk2.0 servlet runner for download bcos my exams r nearing n i ve to practice my java programs.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Nov 27, 2008
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Taken from: Learn Java - Servlet Runner 101 - How to use the Java servletrunner

The servletrunner is located in the bin directory of the JSDK. As an example, I've installed the JSDK in a directory named C:\JSDK2.0 on my Windows PC, so the servletrunner is located in C:\JSDK2.0\BIN.

Starting Servelet Runner:

You can start the servletrunner in a variety of ways, but here's how I do it:

  1. Create the servlet you want to deploy to your web server.
  2. Copy the servlet to the C:\JAVA\JSDK2.0 directory.
  3. Open a DOS window (Unix users: open a terminal/console window or telnet session). Use the cd command to move to the C:\JAVA\JSDK2.0 directory.
  4. On a Windows PC, I start the servletrunner by running a small batch file I created for this purpose (see Listing 1).
  5. Open Netscape (or another browser).
  6. In Netscape, I enter the URL for the servlet to be tested. As an example, if the servlet is named myservlet, the URL will be "https://localhost:8080/servlet/myservlet". (Note that the servletrunner listens on port 8080 by default.)
  7. At this time, the output of your servlet should appear in your browser.
Note that if you have a more complicated Java servlet that requires the passing of parameters to the servlet, you'll have a few more steps to follow before starting the servletrunner.

REM  ----------- 
REM  PURPOSE:  Run the JSDK 'servletrunner' 
REM  JDK installed in C:\JAVA\JDK1.1.5 
bin\servletrunner -d . 
Hope this helps.

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