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jsp page contents appear only after pressing the return key one or more times

 
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My jsp page content sometimes does not appear immediately pressing after the return key at the browser.
i.e. the jsp page is blank (empty).
The jsp page content will appear eventually after pressing the return key a few more times.
i.e. the display appear intermittently.
The jsp page is created by Spring 2.5.x framework.
Where I should look for the bug?
 
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It's impossible for us to help unless you TellTheDetails.
 
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David Newton wrote:It's impossible for us to help unless you TellTheDetails.



I use Spring 2.5.x, Tomcat 6.0, JSP and Eclipse Eclipse for RCP/Plug-in Developers Build id: 20100218-1602.
Is there a way to turn on debugging?
Where is the log file?
 
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Sure, configure logging. If there's a log file at all it'll be wherever you configure it to be.

But you're still not really telling us very much: does this happen only once, say on server startup? Is the thing serving the page particularly slow? Where do you keep hitting return--once you type something in the URL bar and hit return it's no longer in focus, so hitting return does nothing except make a happy clackey sound.
 
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