Why this forum? this post is related to the way of calling a java servlet deployed on the java stack, so it's related to the structure of the stack than to real java programming.
Usually, I develop JSP servlets which are easily called either with a mapping or not. I have deployed now a java servlet and added a mapping to it by modifying the xml source itselft in its descriptor, but after deployement I am not able to reach the resource.
In the windows explorer of the java stack I find in j2ee>cluster>server>apps my application as follows:
app_ear>servlet_jsp>app>root>WEB-INF>classes>my class files
This time it's not a jsp that I want to call: app/app.jsp but my java servlet which lies in the classes subdir.
Could someone help my to achieve this or is it the wrong way, we can only request jsp applications?