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JRUN + JSP URGENT

sampath ramanujan
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Joined: Jul 15, 2001
Posts: 16
The page requested is not opening and i could see the progress bar keeps on going and saying http://43.4.140...../AdminServlet?cmd=query Opening..
the Same is working in other machine which is having same kind of platform and wirelss card, proxy.
Configuration : Windows 2000 Professional.
IE 5.50.4522.1800
SP1

Proxy enabled.
helpURGENTLY REquired
Regards
Sampath Ramanujan
Trevor Dunn
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Joined: Jun 13, 2001
Posts: 84
Hi
I am not sure how you have your JRun setup. But if you are not using any mappings in your web.xml file then the default path for a servlet is ..../servlet/SomeServlet.
Just a thought
Trevor
sampath ramanujan
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Joined: Jul 15, 2001
Posts: 16
Web.xml has the mapping and another thing, other jsp and servlets are working and this is the one i am getting the progress going on continuesly , the status remain opening...
. The same operation is working in another machine, there the same IE5.5 sp1 and windows 2000.
'Thanks in advane
Regards
Sampath Ramanujan
Originally posted by Trevor Dunn:
Hi
I am not sure how you have your JRun setup. But if you are not using any mappings in your web.xml file then the default path for a servlet is ..../servlet/SomeServlet.
Just a thought
Trevor

Trevor Dunn
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Joined: Jun 13, 2001
Posts: 84
It is hard to say what the problem could be, but based on the little iformation that you have given I would say you have a configuration problem . Basically if the servlet works fine on another Machine . Then there must be some difference. COuld it be that you are trying to retrieve some external resource and the servlet can not find it, WHich in some cases would make the servlet hang.

Trevor
Rehan Malik
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Joined: Jul 09, 2001
Posts: 76
Like Trevor already suggested, there has to be some configuration differences amongst the two PCs. Sometimes the application will hang if it is looking for something and cannot find it. However, after a certain time, the browser should time out.
Try maybe re-installing your server (if you can afford to do so)


Rehan Malik
sampath ramanujan
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Joined: Jul 15, 2001
Posts: 16
, I have put some check points[system.out] in the Jsp, which supposed to be shown on the browser and , i have seen the default.out log file , all the check points crossed till the last </html> and after that i could not identify for what it is requesting and waiting , since servlet finished that process , am i correct !!!
And any external resource are required to this jsp .
We are following Model2 architecture where, the command will decide which next jsp and build accordingly and we are keeping vectors in the sessions , so that in jsp, it will get and printed.
thanks

Originally posted by Trevor Dunn:
It is hard to say what the problem could be, but based on the little iformation that you have given I would say you have a configuration problem . Basically if the servlet works fine on another Machine . Then there must be some difference. COuld it be that you are trying to retrieve some external resource and the servlet can not find it, WHich in some cases would make the servlet hang.

Trevor

sampath ramanujan
Greenhorn

Joined: Jul 15, 2001
Posts: 16
Now i got the clue,but any one ple give me the soln
I changed the Jrun server in windows 2000 professional then i could able to get the page but the same thing not working in windows 2000 server with ie 5.5sp1.

regards
sampath ramnujan
Originally posted by Trevor Dunn:
It is hard to say what the problem could be, but based on the little iformation that you have given I would say you have a configuration problem . Basically if the servlet works fine on another Machine . Then there must be some difference. COuld it be that you are trying to retrieve some external resource and the servlet can not find it, WHich in some cases would make the servlet hang.

Trevor

 
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