Empezando con JSP

Acabo de emezar con JSP y me gustaría que me ayudara en ciertas cuestiones:
Como servidor, he instalado TOMCAT, pero encuentro problemas a la hora de publicar mis webs.
También me gustaría que me recomendara algún editor JSP sencillo. He probado Dreamweaver Ultradev pero me parece excesivo para empezar.
Gracias
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Sobre TOMCAT: ¿Qué problemas te da?
Sobre el Editor: No te recomiendo un editor de JSP porque te limitan mucho. Lo que si te recomiendo es que uses un editor de textos para que te organice el código. Este editor se llama TEXTPAD. Si lo quieres, te lo puedo enviar con crack y todo... :_)
Ante todo, gracias por contestar.
Mi problema con TOMCAT está en que no sé en qué directorio colagar las webs. Por ahora las coloco en Tomcat\webapps\ROOT pero sólo puedo ver HTML y JSP sencillas pero en cuanto utilizan servlets me dan errores.
Sobre el editor, gracias. Acabo de instalarlo y "crackearlo".
Creo que te respondí, pero me sigue apareciendo.
Sabes que en realidad no se qué directorio utiliza el nuevo TOMCAT para los SERVLET, pero de lo que estoy seguro es que los directorios no son los mismos. Por ejemplo, si las JSP van en el Tomcat\webapps\ROOT los SERVLETS pueden ir en Tomcat\web-inf\Servlets.
Igual estaré investigando... :-)
Esto dice la documentación
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To facilitate creation of a Web Application Archive file in the required format, it is convenient to arrange the "executable" files of your web application (that is, the files that Tomcat actually uses when executing your app) in the same organization as required by the WAR format itself. To do this, you will end up with the following contents in your application's "document root" directory:
*.html, *.jsp, etc. - The HTML and JSP pages, along with other files that must be visible to the client browser (such as JavaScript, stylesheet files, and images) for your application. In larger applications you may choose to divide these files into a subdirectory hierarchy, but for smaller apps, it is generally much simpler to maintain only a single directory for these files.
/WEB-INF/web.xml - The Web Application Deployment Descriptor for your application. This is an XML file describing the servlets and other components that make up your application, along with any initialization parameters and container-managed security constraints that you want the server to enforce for you. This file is discussed in more detail in the following subsection.
/WEB-INF/classes/ - This directory contains any Java class files (and associated resources) required for your application, including both servlet and non-servlet classes, that are not combined into JAR files. If your classes are organized into Java packages, you must reflect this in the directory hierarchy under /WEB-INF/classes/. For example, a Java class named com.mycompany.mypackage.MyServlet would need to be stored in a file named /WEB-INF/classes/com/mycompany/mypackage/MyServlet.class.
/WEB-INF/lib/ - This directory contains JAR files that contain Java class files (and associated resources) required for your application, such as third party class libraries or JDBC drivers.
When you install an application into Tomcat (or any other 2.2/2.3-compatible server), the classes in the WEB-INF/classes/ directory, as well as all classes in JAR files found in the WEB-INF/lib/ directory, are made visible to other classes within your particular web application. Thus, if you include all of the required library classes in one of these places (be sure to check licenses for redistribution rights for any third party libraries you utilize), you will simplify the installation of your web application -- no adjustment to the system class path (or installation of global library files in your server) will be necessary.
Much of this information was extracted from Chapter 9 of the Servlet API Specification, version 2.3, which you should consult for more details.
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Al parecer los Servlets se instalan en el directorio de clases, pero no estoy seguro. Sin embargo, vienen unos ejemplos con Servlets que son faciles de encontrar dentro del TOMCAT. Exactamente están en: $TOMCAT$\webapps\examples\WEB-INF\classes

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