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Hi, I currently have the following code inside an html file:- <servlet CODE=InitDestroyCounter CODEBASE=http://10.2.38.43:80/servlet > If you see this text, it means that the web server providing this page does not support the SERVER tag. </servlet> Every time I download this file into my browser I see the statement:-If you see this text, it means that the web server providing this page does not support the SERVER tag. I'm currently using Netscape Server 3.5.1 on Sun Solaris 2.6
What do I need to do to get it to recognise the servlet tags. Help!!!
Some servers (JSDK2.1 for one) donot support the html tag "servlet". I guess these are called server side includes (SSI) and I have read somewhere on the JSDK2.1 documentation that it doesn't support such things. I would strongly suggest that you look deeper into the Netscape Server docs. I haven't used this so I can't help. Regds. - satya