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with connecting Tomcat-Domino

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Hi all,
I've got some problems with connecting Tomcat-Domino.
I think the core of the problem is
Jsp1 brings to Jsp2 and Jsp2 brings to a Servlet, from which you come back
to Jsp1.
Now, if I refresh this page, this is what I get:
Error 500
Error in server external filter
Instead, if I refresh the same page(Jsp1) without passing trought Jsp2 and
Servlet, it's all ok.
Have I some chances solving this problem?
Thanks a lot,
P.S. I'm using Windows 2000Server, Lotus-Domino 5.0.8 and Tomcat 3.2.4.
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this is quite a specific question. It might be better to directly ask the developer by clicking shout link on page
Some time ago I've thought about propagating that redirector in trainings. And I swear there were a page were people reported a lot of problems. Can't find it.
There were a lot of publication around this openSource module in 2001. Look at the version history. Last version is from june 2001. So there might have been problems with the project. I came to the conclusion that Domino and Standards is something like guy from Napoli and guy from Milano. They might simply not fit.
Why not use Websphere or simply what about letting tomcat run on port 8080.
[ March 18, 2003: Message edited by: Axel Janssen ]
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