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Until now I tested my .jsp and servlet with ORION on localhost. It worked very well. Now I want to upload them on the webserver where I host my website. NT4 Server. How can I bring them to run, if the hosting company does not want to install orion? and how is the conventional way of folderstructurizing the data, html, jsp and servlets? (In ORION servlets run only in the servlet folder etc) thank you very much
Hey Remo, I'm not absolutely sure, if I understood your question in the right way. When I'm not wrong I got this: 1.) You want to use Servlets/JSP on the webserver where your website is hosted. Furthermore the company does not allow you to install JSP-/Servlet-Server "ORION". 2.) You want to know how to structurize your folders on the webserver. Here my answers: I.) You necessarily need an application server that allows you to use Servlets and/or JSPs. If your web-hosting company does not offer this kind of service or does not allow you to install a Tomcat, Orion or which JSP/Servlet-Server ever, you have no chance to use JSPs/Servlets. II.) There's no default rule how to structurize your folders on the webserver. And it does not even matter. It all depends on how the web-server is configured. By the way - you cannot use JSPs/Servlets on a webserver by just naming a folder "JSP". Does this answer your questions or did I completely misunderstand your problem? Greetings H.-Gerd [ February 16, 2002: Message edited by: Gerd Rosarius ]
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Thank you Gerd You did understand me and you solved my problem. Thank you. I will look around for a new webhosting company. Greetings Remo
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subject: jsp, servlet upload on webserver (workes on localhost)