I have JWSDk installed and I created a simple JSP file which dispalys date. This is the piece of code in my JSP file. Current time: <%= new java.util.Date() %> I saved in E:\servlets\jswdk-1.0.1\examples\WEB-INF\jsp\date.jsp I tried to run in my browser saying http:\\localhost:8080\examples\jsp\date.jsp and gives me 404 error. I am not sure where I have made the mistake. Should I use JWSdk for JSP . Is it good in the long run. help me bye
newtojsp, First of all U need to ensure that the server is running, which u can do by just putting http:\\localhost:8080\ and U should see that Java Server Web Development Kit home page. If U do not see this, then UR server is not running. Next, the place to keep your jsp's is in the examples\jsp directory NOT in examples\WEB-INF\jsp directory. Hope this helps and Good Luck Ajay Kumar
Joined: Nov 22, 2008
Thanx for ur response...I did as u said. I am able to see the JSWdk page and I tried to execute the Jsp examples. I am getting Http 500 error. I also tried to execute my JSp file and I get the same error. I saved my Jsp file under examples/jsp dir WHat should I do..
Joined: Apr 28, 2000
newtojsp, When U are getting the 500 error, take a look at the trace in the server window. It may throw some clue about the type of problem encountered. I hope have the tools.jar file in your classpath. Should I use JWSdk for JSP . Is it good in the long run. I would suggest U go in for TOMCAT. Just my $0.02. help me
Ajay Kumar [This message has been edited by Ajay Kumar (edited June 22, 2000).]