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Chandrajeet Yadav

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Gurukant Desai wrote:which implicit object is NOT available to the jsp page?
<%page isErrorPage='false' session='false' isThreadSafe='false' %>
1) page
2) pageContext
3) session
4) exception
I have confusion between opinion 3 and opinion 4. Please guide.



Ans: 'exception'.
Reason: implicit object 'exception' is accessible only in error page(page configured for 'error page')
1 year ago
JSP
When we run the JSP components JSP Container converts the JSP page in to equivalent Servlet and then Servlet Container compile and execute this servlet internally and displays the output on browser. But when we develop Servlet, before deploying/running on server we need to complile(if not developed on IDE) but Servlet container not complies this Servlet  automatically like above case(when we develop JSP) ?
1 year ago
JSP

Rob Spoor wrote:Have you also set a JAVA_HOME environment variable with value C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_77? That should not contain a trailing ;.



Yeah Rob ! I have set JAVA_HOME environment variable with same value as you have mentioned but now I have found my mistake and problem has been solved after mentioning the word 'JAVA_HOME' in 'Path' variable as "Java_Home\bin" because earlier I have set full path for JDK bin directory but WildFly Server is identifying it using JAVA_HOME. Thanks a lot for your reply.
1 year ago
I m trying to start WildFly 10 Server by running "<WildFly_Home>\wildfly-10.1.0.Final\bin\standalone.conf.bat" but at command prompt it is showing error "JAVA_HOME "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_77;" path doesn't exist". I have set Java-path as first value in 'PATH' variable of System 'Environment Variable' as "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_77;<other values>;." Please refer screeshot for more info and suggest me where am I doing wrong ?
1 year ago