9. If the servlet is a bean, fill in this information, select
yes
, and fill in the
location of its jar file.
10.Click on
Test
to load the servlet and test it. If all goes well, it will be
successful.
11.Click on
Add
. The servlet should be loaded automatically. The servlet is
now registered and can be accessed.
Loading servlet
To load a servlet, complete the following steps:
1. Click on
Servlet
 >
Configuration
in the Servlet Configuration window as
shown in Figure 89 on page 116
2. Select the servlet name from the Servlet Names column.
3. Click
Load
.
Unloading servlet
To unload a servlet, complete the following steps:
1. Click on
Servlet
 >
Configuration
in the Servlet Configuration window as
shown in Figure 89 on page 116.
2. Select the servlet from the Servlet Names column.
3. Click
Unload
.
Deleting servlet
To delete a servlet, follow these steps:
1. Click on
Servlet
 >
Configuration
in the Servlet Configuration window as
shown in Figure 89 on page 116.
2. Select the servlet from the Servlet Names column.
3. Click
Unload
.
4. Click
Yes
to confirm.
4.1.2 DB2 operation
This section discusses the manual startup and shutdown processes for a DB2
server.
4.1.2.1 Starting the DB2 instance
The DB2 instance is started with the command:
db2start
Chapter 4. Operational considerations
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