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From "WEST, Peter" <Peter.W...@sema.co.uk>
Subject RE: JSP and Tomcat containers
Date Wed, 30 May 2001 17:17:00 GMT
1. dunno
2. dunno
but remember that JSPs are compiled into servlets and cached so they all end
up as servlets eventually.
 
3. yes change conf/server.xml
There are 3 ports listed. One is for tomcat receiving HTTP requests, one is
for HTTPS requests (SSL) and one is for communicating with a web server like
apache and for shutdown/startup of tomcat. Pick what ports you want.
4. Try http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/2.2/javadoc/index.html
<http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/2.2/javadoc/index.html>  it has
HttpJspPage, couldnt see base.
5. dunno, I use servlets that put beans in session and JSPs read from them
but I dont need request params in JSPs

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Kock [mailto:martin.kock@get2net.dk]
Sent: 29 May 2001 16:00
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: JSP and Tomcat containers




Hi!
 
I'm doing an assignment on Java Server Pages, and I have a couple of
questions about the Tomcat webserver:
 
1. Which container (engine) will be running with Tomcat? The JSP container,
the servlet container, or both?
2. I'm only using JSP-documents, but does the JSP container handle the same
stuff that the servlet container handled before 'the era' of JSP?
3. Tomcat listens on port 8080 - can I get it to listen on port 80, and how?
4. Where can I get the API documentation for class HttpJspBase? I've
searched Suns homepage with no luck.
5. How do I (in my JSP page) read data sent with HTTP POST? I can't use
request.getParameter(java.lang.String);
 
Thanks in advance,
Martin Kock
martin.kock@get2net.dk <mailto:martin.kock@get2net.dk> 



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