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Kursat K. Aydemir

Joined: Apr 13, 2002
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Hi all. Is there anyone who read Professional Java e-Commerce of Wrox Press. I have read it and i am trying to run the sample applications in it. The authors wrote a Simple Site application sample in Chapter 9, and they r using J2EE 1.2.1. But I use J2EE 1.3.1. I saw that creating new web content (WAR file) in the J2EE 1.2.1 is a bit different than J2ee 1.3.1. When they are adding web components to the WAR file firstly they r adding .html and .jsp files and it follows pressing the next button for adding .class files for jsp files (these are not EJB .classes). When I tried to do the same way I saw that my war component editing dialog box is not same. It only uses add button for all components both content (jsp, html etc) and code (classes). Mine j2ee 1.3 doesnt have a next button. Well, I added all of those components and tried to run server for that jsp pages, but it failed. I think it couldnt use the class files. Can any body give a comment?
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