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Suppose you have some common HTML code that you want to appear on every page, such as a navigator or header. You could copy it into each HTML and JSP file, but if it changed, you'd have to find all the files that used it and update each of them. Author: Ian Darwin Code: JSP 1.2
If you do not have a JSP capable web-server, the first step is to download one. There are many such servers available, most of which can be downloaded for free evaluation and/or development. Author: JSP Tutorial Code: JSP 1.2
If you do not have a JSP capable web-server (sometimes known as application servers for configuration reasons), the first step is to download one. There are many such servers available, most of which can be downloaded for free evaluation. Author: jsptut.com Code: JSP 1.2
Migrating Web Applications from WebSphere 3.5 to WebSphere 4.0. WebSphere Application Server 4.0 is now J2EE 1.2 compliant. It's good news because J2EE is a standard supported by multiples application servers vendors ... Author: JavaZOOM Code: JSP 1.1
JSP files that have been previously compiled with JRun 3.0x Server must be recompiled for JRun 3.1.
JRun 3.1 is unable to execute JSP files that have been previously compiled with JRun 3.0x
Author: unknown Code: JSP 1.2
Before we discuss using another application as a front end to Resin, let's see how a request gets from the client browser through the front-end Web server to the Resin servlet engine. Author: joe Code: JSP 2.0
The directory listings feature of Tomcat outputs a list of all files in a folder if none of the default welcome files are found. This article shows how to override the default behaviour of the VM on a per-application basis. Author: Neale Rudd Code: JSP 2.0
The Tomcat Manager application allows dynamic deployment, undeployment and stop/start of web applications.
This short tutorial shows how to deploy an application manually, and includes a TroubleShooting guide.
Author: Neale Rudd Code: JSP 1.1
JSP 1.2 required the <taglib> directive to be used in web.xml for every JSP Custom Tag Library used by the application. In JSP 2.0 this is no longer required. This guide shows how to get rid of your <taglib> directives and how JSP 2.0 finds TLD files.
Author: Neale Rudd Code: JSP 2.0
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