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From Jonathan Fritz <GoMi...@excite.com>
Subject Re: jsp config problem w/ tomcat 3.1
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2000 19:03:05 GMT
Bomb!

A couple of things -- make sure you only have one installation of JSDK on
your machine and that java.exe is in your path.  I assume it is since your
samples run properly.

Can you get your app to run using Tomcat as the web server (going through
port 8080)?

Good to see you on the list!


On Thu, 15 Jun 2000 11:31:30 -0700, tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org wrote:

>  hi everyone,
>  
>  I've scoured the internet for an answer to my jsp config problem, to no
>  avail.  This has probably been answered before, but I couldn't find an
>  archive for this list, so here goes:
>  
>  The jsps provided in the example directories work just fine.  I can't get
>  jsps in other directories to run, now matter how I fiddle with
>  tomcat-apache.conf (yes I am including it in httpd.conf).  Here's my
>  environment:
>  
>  win2k
>  apache 1.3.12
>  tomcat 3.1
>  
>  Like I said, all the example jsps and servlets work.  Jsps outside of the
>  example directories do not, despite following the config instructions for
>  tomcat-apache.conf specified in the tomcat config docs.
>  
>  I installed Jrun 2.3 and all my jsps run fine.  I'd like to get tomcat
>  working too though...
>  
>  I found a posting on usenet that appears to be the same problem:
>  
>  ==================================================
>  Subject: Re: Apache, Jakarta-Tomcat... 
>  Date: 2000/06/06 
>  Author: Ray Bellis <rpb@community.net.uk <mailto:rpb@community.net.uk>>
>  
>  "Eric" <eric@info-x-inc.com> wrote in message
>  news:8hh3bd$k5s$1@nnrp1.deja.com...
>  > I apologize for the total newbie question...
>  >
>  > I've recently added Jakarta-Tomcat to my RedHat/Apache setup, so as to
>  > be able to handle JSP.  Configuration was managable, and I was able to
>  > get things working, but with one major issue:
>  >
>  > It seems that Tomcat is only processing JSP files if they are in the
>  > directories that were created as part of the Tomcat install, and I can
>  > not figure out how to enable processing of JSP in my standard Apache
>  > web root directory.
>  >
>  > Any comments?  Thanks
>  
>  I have the same problem and I'm *not* a total newbie :-(
>  
>  I also need to enable JSP's (and Cocoon for .XML) within my users'
>  directories without having to create individual "web application"
>  contexts, and without using Tomcat's own HTTP server.
>  
>  I have this working fine under Apache JServ 1.1.x, but if Tomcat
>  can't handle the same configuration then I'm afraid for me it's
>  next to useless :-(
>  
>  
>  
>  Any help very much appreciated
>  
>  -Steve
>  
>  Steve Conover
>  Groundswell
>  111 Sutter, Suite 700
>  San Francisco, CA 94104-4504
>  Phone (415) 277-7015
>  Fax (415) 277-7077
>  sconover@groundswell.net
>  
>  
>  
>  
> 
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