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Calling JSP from ASP

 
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I am using IIS as an application server and Tomcat for my JSP when I am calling a JSP from an ASP page is it possible ? It is showing the source code of the JSP pasge ?
 
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Subramaniam,
You should place your JSP page in the proper directory specified by the TomCat
You can obviously use <form action='proper path of Jspfile/file.jsp'>
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