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how to view the jsps in apache?

lalitha sundaresan

Joined: May 12, 2003
Posts: 26
as a beginner am finding it difficult to view the
jsps in apache. where shd i place them and how do i invoke them in the internet explorer.
Prakash Gorthy

Joined: Jul 10, 2003
Posts: 9
You cannot actually.
Apache is just a webserver. You need a jsp/servlet engine(tomcat for example) to process your handle your jsp/servlets.
Check out these:
1.ONJava Confifuring Tomcat and Apache
2.Oreilly Network: Configuring Tomcat and Apache
Hope you find them helpful.
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