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Problem Compiling JSP with IIS 4.0 and JRun 2.3

 
Tim Smith
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The Servlets run fine however if I try to compile a JSP I get an HTTP 500 Internal server error. The jsp is a simple HelloWorld. Please help!
 
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JRun 2.3 does not implement the current JSP API, you need to upgrade to JRun 3.0. Major changes were made between the JSP version that 2.3 implements (0.92 I think) and the current 1.1 API.

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Tim Smith
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Does that mean it will not compile a simple helloworld.jsp using all html?
 
Geoff Tate
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ahhh
this is what I was thinking - you have the later packages specified then what 2.3 was written for.
 
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What does this mean? I don't understand?
 
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What's the stack trace in the 500 error? If you don't see a stack trace in the browser try Netscape so IE doesn't hide it from you.
JRun 2.3.3 supports JSP 1.0 and 0.92. There's a knowledge base article at Allaire on how to change the version if you have the wrong one set.
But I'm won't be sure what the problem is until I see the stack trace.
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