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swati maken
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to work on jsp i have downloaded jswdk and when i tried to start my server the dos windows opens up and quickly vanished away. I am not able to understand the problem , I have already set the classpath , but i am not able to catch the problem. Pl. can anybody tell me the right procedure to begin i.e to create the environment for start righting the jsp code . I have also tried using tomcat but that also didn't work out.
Pl. tell me from scratch - exactly what all is needed to download or install and how to configure the same.
I am just getting frustrated as i think half of our time is waisted on setting/creating the environment to work on.
Please help me out.

Thanx.
 
Mahesh Eshwarappa
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Download Tomcat from sun website. (Strongly recommended)
Tomcat includes Jsp1.1
Mahesh
Originally posted by swati maken:
to work on jsp i have downloaded jswdk and when i tried to start my server the dos windows opens up and quickly vanished away. I am not able to understand the problem , I have already set the classpath , but i am not able to catch the problem. Pl. can anybody tell me the right procedure to begin i.e to create the environment for start righting the jsp code . I have also tried using tomcat but that also didn't work out.
Pl. tell me from scratch - exactly what all is needed to download or install and how to configure the same.
I am just getting frustrated as i think half of our time is waisted on setting/creating the environment to work on.
Please help me out.

Thanx.

 
William Brogden
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The .jar files left over from your JSDK installation WILL cause very odd errors. You MUST remove JSDK before installing Tomcat. I wasted two days due to jsdk.jar being in my classpath.
I do not understand why anybody downloads JSDK when the Sun site clearly states that servlet and JSP development has been handed over to the Apache organization.
Only Tomcat is current with the 1.1 JSP API and 2.2 servlet APIs.
Bill

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