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ninad parkhi
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hi to all..
Probabely this is v easy thing for each one of you ,but please help me.
I am using apache and jserv .
I am doing System.out.println("Something") in my servlets...
But where can I find this message printed.
That is where is System Console in apache..
Please reply me urgently
thanks in advance
ninad
 
Bosun Bello
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You can see your messages in your browser's console. You have to enable it though. In explorer, go to options menu, click on the advanced tab, and verify that "enable console" is checked. I believe you have to do something similar in Netscape. i.e enable the Java console.

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ninad parkhi
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Hi Bosun ,
Thanks for the reply.
I enables the java console .
But it's not working.
My problem was when I write System.out.println("something")
in my servlet where can I see that if I am using APACHE/JSERV
on WIN-NT
It's really frustating for me that I am just not able to this message anywhere.
I checked log files also but it's no where....
thanks
ninad
 
Peter Gragert
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how and where do you start 'apache' , eventually this is your
stdout or better System.out ?
On my NT box apache runs in a 'dos' window and may be the
System.out for Jrun.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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