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Hi Friends, I created a website using JSP/Java/Tomcat and it has lots of images,but I dont know why am I not able to resolve the images locally but from the ouside world I can see the images.Can someone pls tell me where I am going wrong. Thanks
Is the HTML generated from a servlet or a JSP? What do the image URLs look like? Without details, it's impossible to even guess.
Joined: Feb 16, 2006
They are generated frm jsp,you can visit the site at: www.customsportsplaques.com Under Select category->you can select a team and view images. These are the images that can't be viewed locally..can you help now. Thanks
Originally posted by mick oberai: can you help now.
Nope, not really. I can't tell much of anything from the site. I'll ask again, what are the URL's that you are using in the image tags? How do they differ when rendered locally than remotely? How are you generating them in the JSP? [ February 16, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]