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Could it be Tomcat; I cant get my result on the screen  RSS feed

 
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I am working with a simple html page that once the submit button is pressed it sends a request to a Java servlet which then accesses data from a database using JDBC. Everything seems to be working fine except when I hit the submit button on the html page. I get part of what I expect. I expect to see a html page with a table with information. I get the title of the cells but not the content from the query. I did a view source on that page and it seems like it breaks right after the cell titles are written. I executed a query from the command line and the database is connecting and I also get the results that "should" show up on th e screen. I tried it on IE as well as FireFox same thing happens. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestion of why this could be happening and what I need to do to fix it.


This is the Servlet Code:


This is the html code:



this is the result from the view source:


Any help is greatly appreciated!! Thank you
 
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Jeanne Pierre, please do not cross-post the same question in more than one forum.
 
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