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Re: install servlets Q.

From: Dorab Patel <dorab@twinsun.com>
Date: Thu, 28 May 1998 15:02:11 -0700
Message-Id: <199805282202.PAA05793@deck.twinsun.com>
To: dchan@zeus.lnk.com
CC: www-jigsaw@w3.org
As someone who had to go through this just recently, here is what I

Assume you want to install the servlet in the file

* Create the directory `servlets' under `Jigsaw/WWW'. 
* Put `SimpleServlet.class' under the `servlets' directory just
* Start JigAdmin program, connect to `your-host:8009' and login with
  user/passwd admin/admin, unless you've changed the defaults.
* Click on the `Root' icon.  Then click on `http-server' icon.
* Select `space' by clicking on the name.
* That will bring up editors.  Click on the `Resources' button to
  bring up the Resources Editor.
* Enter `servlets' as the identifier, and select or type in
  `org.w3c.jigsaw.resources.DirectoryResource' as the class.
* Click on `Add Resource'.  This should add the `servlets' resource to
  the `space' resource.
* Click on the `space' icon.  It should open up to reveal the
  `servlets' folder.
* Select the `servlets' resource by clicking on its name.
* Click on the `Frame' button.  This should bring up the Frame Editor.
* Select or type in `org.w3c.jigsaw.servlet.ServletDirectoryFrame' as
  the frame class in the texst input field provided.
* Click on the `Add Frame' button.
* Bring up the Resource Editor on the `servlets' resource.  Sometimes
  I had to go select some other resource and then come back to the
  `servlets' resource to make this happen.
* Enter `Simple' as the identifier, and select on type in
  `org.w3c.jigsaw.servlet.ServletWrapper' as the class.  This will
  allow you to call on your servlets by the name "Simple".
* Click on the the `Add Resource' button.
* Bring up the Attribute Editor by clicking on the `Attributes'
* Set the servlet-class input field to `SimpleServlet'.
* Click on `Commit'.
* I don't know whether it is necessary to click on `Reindex Children'
  after selecting the `servlets' resource, but I did that for "safety".
* You may also want to save these settings by selecting the `control'
  resource under the `Root' resource and then clicking on the `Save'
* Your servlet can now be reached at

I hope all of this is correct.  I'm writing this from memory.  I'm
sure someone will correct me if I am mistaken :-)
Received on Thursday, 28 May 1998 18:03:07 UTC

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