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From Luc Saint-Elie <...@interpasnet.com>
Subject Re: Problems viewing jsp files
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2000 05:56:40 GMT
oopps,

I forgot a point 7

7) have tools.jar in your CLASSPATH

Bonjour (Hello) Luc Saint-Elie, vous avez écrit le (you wrote on) 07:50 
05/06/00 +0200 :
>Darren
>
>JSP as Servlet or EJB are Java server side technologies.. server side 
>means that the server does the job, you can't see a JSP file (except if 
>you just want to edit its content, and in this case we are not in a Web 
>concept but in a classical development context).
>
>To access these file and make Tomcat do its job, the steps are really 
>difficult :-)))
>
>
>1) Install Tomcat (just unzip it if you are under Windows
>2) go to the "bin" directory
>3) If you are under Windows right click on the bat files and in the 
>"memory" tab change "auto" to 4096
>4) double-click on "start" (surprising no ?)
>5) fire your browser and do http://localhost:8080
>
>Very hard in fact :-))
>
>Hope this helps
>
>Ho I forgot
>
>6) read the docs :-))

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| Luc Saint-Elie                                 |
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