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jsp' s environment

 
meng nan
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i got a problem about how to set jsp's environment under winxp.
i'm sure that jdk has been installed correctly.
and web server:tomcat can be run without reporting mistake .
and above two things ' environment variables have been installed as well.
but my jsp's file still cannot be apply by host.
does anybody could give me a clue?or some tutorial guide me?
thank you in advanced.
 
William Brogden
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If you can run the JSP examples that Tomcat comes with, that eliminates many possible problems. Exactly what do you mean by environment variables?
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Robbie shi
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in my opinion, SUN's jswdk is simpler jsp/servlet
server ,you can download from java.sun.com
, It worked well under winXP
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meng nan
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thank you. William and robbie
i ve checked tomcat's example page which works without problem.
and when i try to run a jsp file through tomcat .
some of them can be come up .but IE only display the html language's thing except compile the content between jsp tab <% and %> .
then i suppose the problem is attribute to my jdk1.3's installation (but i m not sure). or relevant environment variable properties. i mean setting system environment variable .include path , classpath , java_home ,or sth like that.
 
boyet silverio
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will you show us the jsp that you used (that which has <%...%> ) and your web app directory structure. There might be errors there.
[ January 28, 2003: Message edited by: boyet silverio ]
 
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