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hello everyone...i am new to this community as well as jsp technology.I am working on a project using hibernate and spring and we r supposed to deploy our project using tomcat and jsp technology. I dont have much experience using Eclipse either. We are supposed to make an application on Share market trading. Should i make a dynamic web project (New-->Web-->Dynamic Web Project) or make a Tomcat project (New-->Java-->Tomcat Project)?
I am using Tomcat 6.0. Can someone suggest a good tutorial for the same.?
Also does Tomcat have problems with version of Jre being used??

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public class users {	
	private String login;
	private String Password;
public void doGetP{
	
    out.print("Password:"+request.getParametre("Password");

}
public void doGetL{
	
    out.print("login:"+request.getParametre("login");

}
public void doSetL{
return login;
}
public void doSetP{
	return Password;
	}

}

Edited by peter_budo: Keep It Organized - For easy readability, always wrap programming code within posts in [code] (code blocks)

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public class users {	
	private String login;
	private String Password;
public void doGetP{
	
    out.print("Password:"+request.getParametre("Password");

}
public void doGetL{
	
    out.print("login:"+request.getParametre("login");

}
public void doSetL{
return login;
}
public void doSetP{
	return Password;
	}

}

And what is meaning of this code? It is not relevant to question!

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