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From yu chen <yu.c...@Sun.COM>
Subject HELP: why scrape result does not show??
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2001 21:34:30 GMT
Hi, 

I just downloaded and configured the scrape tag lib. I,

- extracted scrape-20010523.tar and put the scrape/ in the webapps/
directory.  
- made sure the 2 jar files (scrape.jar & jakarta-oro-2.0.jar) are in
webapps/scrape/WEB-INFO/lib/
- made sure the descriptor file (scrape.tld) is in
webapps/scrape/WEB-INFO/
- added the following in file webapps/scrape/WEB-INFO/web.xml 
    <taglib>
        <taglib-uri>scrape.jar</taglib-uri>
        <taglib-location>/WEB-INF/scrape.tld</taglib-location>
    </taglib>

- restarted tomcat (3.2)
- I include j2sdk1_3_0/bin in my $PATH

But when I open http://hostname/scrape/scrape.jsp, I don't see the
scraped content but only the following, WHY?? Did I miss anything?


Thanks in advance. -yc

===========================     
<HTML>

     <HEAD>
          <TITLE>Example JSP using scrape taglib</TITLE>
     </HEAD>
     <BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">                        
            
        
        <H3 align="center">Weather Quote</H3><BR><BR>
      <P><B>Example #1</B><BR>
            The example below scrapes the page for the 
          <A
href="http://weather.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/fmtbltn.pl?file=forecasts/city/mo/columbia.txt">Columbia,

          Missouri weather forecast</A> from the <A
href="http://weather.noaa.gov/">National Weather Service</A> site. In
this scrape, the 
          <b>anchors</b> attribute was set to true, and the <b>begin</b>
and <b>end</b> anchor attributes 
          were set to the &lt;PRE> and &lt;/PRE> tags that surround the
forecast.
      </P>
        

      <HR>
      <P><B>Example #2</B><BR>
            This example scrapes the same page as the first example and
uses the same anchors, 
          but in this case the <b>anchors</b> attribute was set to false
so that the anchors are stripped from 
          the scrape result. Browsers typically treat text within
&lt;PRE> tags with a monospaced font 
          and line breaks in the HTML are retained. Since the &lt;PRE>
and &lt;/PRE> tags are the anchors and they 
          are removed from the scrape result, the formatting is
noticeably different.  
      </P> 
 

      <HR>      
      <P><B>Example #3</B><BR>
            This example scrapes the same page as the first two examples
and uses the same anchors, 
          but in this case the <b>anchors</b> attribute was set to false
and the <b>strip</b> attribute was set to true so that the anchors and
HTML tags are stripped from the scrape result. 
      </P> 


     </BODY>
</HTML>


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