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Did anyone found this tomcat problem

 
faisal mahmood
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Hi,
I installed tomcat in my linux box and it worked fine. But when I installed tomcat 3.2.1 on Solaris Intel platform servlets works fine but the jsp's don't work and the work directory of tomcat keeps on growing in size.
Did anyone also faced the same problem? Is there a solution for this problem?
Thanks,
Faisal
 
William Brogden
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If JSP don't work it is usually because you don't have tools.jar where Tomcat can see it.

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Scott Stirling
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William may be right. It's hard to say without a specific exception or error message.
It's also common for users to have very old JDKs on their Solaris boxen, because Solaris comes with a JDK installed. If you have java 1.1.6 or 1.1.7 or even an early 1.2 I would recommend upgrading ASAP. The old JVMs in these JDKs don't handle multithreaded, network heavy apps very well.
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