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anisha yunus
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Hi, I am in technical support for JSP related bugs. But I am from Java background, and have no knowledge on JSPs. Here is a issue for me today wherein there is a JSP page1 in which there is a button B. If the user pressses the button B, another JSP page2, has to be loaded. Now here comes the problem. The page is not getting loaded. When I tried to use debug statements, all of them are appearing in the log files, but still the page is not getting loaded. It appears blank. and the HTML code I see is,

I dunno How to debug and find where is the error. I don ve long time enough to start learning JSP from t scratch. Pls help.
 
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Anisha,
post your jsp code so that we can suggest a solution
 
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I am in technical support for JSP related bugs.

and
I don ve long time enough to start learning JSP from t scratch.

That's and interesting combination.....

You would need to post the JSP code in order for anyone to help you here.
 
anisha yunus
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THE ABOVE IS the code. where in, when the button " START NEW ROUND " is pressed, the CreateNextRoundPage shoule be displayed.


here are the other buttons, when they are pressed, the result is proper. only for the CreateNextRound, the resulting page is blank.
 
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anisha,
i hadnt been able to conclude much from the piece of code u posted in.
but when the START_NEW_ROUND is clicked ,i dont see any code which is calling the CreateNextRoundPage jsp .
u didnt post that code or the page itself is like that ?
 
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A System.out.println(thisAuction.getDocumentStatus())
would tell you if the value is, indeed, "CANCELLED".
 
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sorry
i didnt noticed the ! (not equal) condition in the piece of code..
 
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