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From João Augusto Charnet <>
Subject Re: DEBUG JSP
Date Thu, 20 Feb 2003 13:49:05 GMT
I understand your concern, and my JSP are not that complicated that need 
to be put in any kind of Java Beans.
But I still want to be able to Debug JSP through Tomcat.

Thanks for the tip.


Barney Hamish wrote:

>If your JSPs are so complicated that you need a debugger then I would
>seriously consider cutting out some of your java code and putting it into
>java beans that you access from your JSPs. 
>It's much better practice to have JSPs that are only responsible for the
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: João Augusto Charnet []
>>Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2003 12:35 PM
>>To: Tomcat Users List
>>Subject: DEBUG JSP
>>I'd like to know if any one has actually been able to 
>>configure Tomcat 
>>to debug JSP, and not just Servlets or other Java Classes?
>>Everybody that helped so far gives me some intruction but 
>>tells me that 
>>they have not tested the instructions. I've done everything 
>>I've found 
>>about this topic.
>>Switched to OJSP (Oracle JSP compiler) and still got nothing.
>>I'd like to know if any one DID configure tomcat and TESTED 
>>it to Debug JSP.
>>Thanks a lot...
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