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Sonx Nkuks
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Hi, is there a reason why my title is not visible on the page?



only Testing Servlet is shown
 
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Don't use "\n" ,it will not work.

You are using "println()" for writing in a new line.
 
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Ankit Tripathi wrote:Don't use "\n" ,it will not work.

You are using "println()" for writing in a new line.


Any character in Java has to be a string enclosed with double quotes
 
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Ankit Tripathi wrote:Don't use "\n" ,it will not work.

You are using "println()" for writing in a new line.


I've removed all the '\n' but still get the same results
 
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Any character in Java has to be a string enclosed with double quotes


Most probably I am aware of this thing.........

Line saparators are dependent of OS and are different in case of different OSs and are stored as system properties.
You can use System.getProperty("line.separator"); to find the the Line-Saparator specific to that OS.
put \n in single quotes and use it like that <html>+'\n'.
Windows programs often process a '\n' separated text file correctly but there are some exceptions.

If it'll not work-
try this-

String ls=System.getProperty("line.separator");

out.println("<html>"+ls+"<head>");

it should work.....
 
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HTML is completely oblivious of the type of line ending being used - it's all just whitespace, and interpreted as a single space. So that has nothing to do with the problem.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:HTML is completely oblivious of the type of line ending being used - it's all just whitespace, and interpreted as a single space. So that has nothing to do with the problem.


Ulf do you perhaps know what could be the problem?
 
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@sonx your code worked perfectly for me, Object ut in your code is of what type ? I removed those two statements alone..
 
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Deepakkumar Devarajan wrote:@sonx your code worked perfectly for me, Object ut in your code is of what type ? I removed those two statements alone..




mhh, so the Title BATCH OVERRIDE LIST is displayed? strange
 
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Yeah it works. I used IE7 to view the page.
 
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Sonx Nkuks wrote:Hi, is there a reason why my title is not visible on the page?


only Testing Servlet is shown

You do realize that the <title> tag in the <head> section shows the title on your browser window, and nothing on your page? you use <H1> etc. for page titles, <title> is just for your browser's title bar.
 
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