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Web Server(pws)

Gandluru Reddy

Joined: Jul 17, 2000
Posts: 5
Hai guys pl. help me?
I have set up PWS(Personal Web Server) in my computer. Where should I place my "*.java", "*.class" , ".jsp" files in order to run them correctly. Whether the *.jsp files run with personal web server? I look forward to receiving your replies. Yours sincerely,
thank in advance
Todd M Bush

Joined: Apr 26, 2000
Posts: 22
As far as I know, PWS will not compile and execute JSP pages without something like JRun. If you just want to test your JSP pages, you can download the JSWDK from Sun. That will allow you to run JSP and Servlets.
Herbert Maosa
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Joined: May 03, 2000
Posts: 289
Hey Todd, I seem to be unfortunate in using JSWDK Since installation I have never been able to use it successfully. I dont know what the problem is since the window just pops up and disappears in a fraction of a second.But I really wanted to use this since The Java webserver is too heavy for win98 PC.
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