When a JSP gives a blank page, it usually means that you wrote raw Java code in a JSP file instead of a Java class and that that Java code is throwing an exception which can't be handled anymore because you wrote raw Java code in a JSP file instead of a Java class.
pankaj semwal wrote:I solve my problem.There were some error in my jsp page.
Well, of course. That happens to all of us. Which is why "I am facing a strange problem.In My jsp pages there is no error" isn't a good starting point for solving a problem. It's always better to assume there is an error, and that it's your fault. At least that always works for me.