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Well, I know I am asking for too much. But I know there are a lot of knowledgable people here. I am trying to work on iplanet web server, enterprise. It is suppose to be run both servlets and jsp. However I have had so many configuaration problem. There is no proper forum to post this. So if someone have some experience, here is my question:
1. If my servlets do not run (I followed whatever is on the doc), whatelse should I check?
2. If my jsp is 2 layer deeper than the doc root, and is not running, anyway to solve it?
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I'm moving this thread to the J2EE forum
(iPlanet does run servlets and JSP - but it isn't easy to get things going)
 
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