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Configuring JSPs on IPlanet 4.1

 
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ps: i'm posting this same question again in this forum (I've already posted it in Sun ONe forum; but i guess, there may be experts who don't go to that forum -- i hope the mods understand and don't delete this since IPLanet 4.1 has an absolute lack of documentation on the internet)

Hi,

I'm running into problems with JSP in IPlanet 4.1 The JSP file that i'm using is a simple HTML file & works fine on another IPlanet 4.1 server.

How do i configure this current server to recognize and display JSPs? I've enabled the "Enable JSP" option in IPlanet configuration. But I do not know whether i need JDK installed on the host machine.

I've tested this JSP in another IPlanet 4.1 server (which runs on an UNIX box) and the configuration is similar. Even there, "ENable JSP" is enabled, but "Configure JRE / JDK" still shows the JRE Path.

Further Information :

This server is hosted on a NT machine. Servlets run correctly; but JSP is the problem. This may be a configuration issue as this is being setup newly.

Lack of documentation about IPlanet is severly hampering my efforts and any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
 
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I found an old tutorial for servlets and JSPs under iPlanet 4.1 here. Not sure if it'll help out much.

Moving this to the 'Other Products and Servers' forum, since the question is about iPlanet rather than JSPs in general.
 
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