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Con Karega
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Hi All,
We are using JSP as our technology for developing a web application. This is our first project with JSP and it seems to be going smooth. Recently we saw an interesting phenomenon and may be something serious with our application.
Whenever a client visits our application through the internet explorer he gets all the JSP files with the query strings and stuff in the Temporary internet files.
When you go to the temporary internet files and double click on the JSP file the complete code is visible.
I am sure there is something that we are not aware of. We are using Jakarta-Tomcat-4.1.24 as our server.
It would be great if someone could advise a solution to this problem.
Thanks,
 
Rob Ross
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Originally posted by Con Karega:

Whenever a client visits our application through the internet explorer he gets all the JSP files with the query strings and stuff in the Temporary internet files.

What do you mean "query strings and stuff"? I didn't understand this.
Originally posted by Con Karega:

When you go to the temporary internet files and double click on the JSP file the complete code is visible.
Thanks,

Are you talking about on the Server or actually on the client machine? Are you sure you are seeing JSP *source* code? OR just a file with a .jsp extension that only contains the HTML that was sent to the client? Compare the file on the client with the file on the server, and see if they are in fact identical. I'm betting they're not. But double check that.
Rob
[ August 24, 2003: Message edited by: Rob Ross ]
 
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