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Sangeetha Kamath
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Joined: Feb 22, 2002
Posts: 5
Hi All,
I am trying to write a simple JSP compiler on a simpler line than the Tomcat jasper/jsp compiler. I am not able to picture how everything fits. looking through the tomcat jasper code gives me headaches. Can anyone please tell me how a jsp gets compiled to servlet with reference to coreesponding classes in jasper if possible. ie from the point when a jsp comes browser to the tomcat and how the jsp is compiled to servlet and is executed and also hoe it recreates the jsp with the dynamic content. Any pointers to articles expalining above would also be very helpful...
Thanks a lot
Sangeetha
Ranjan Prasad Mehta
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Joined: Feb 10, 2009
Posts: 2
how to open Jasper Report on the client Ternminal

Hi all! Using jasper report I develop a project with struts 1.2 Frame work ; My project generate a PDF report based on a specified database.
The problem is it open the PDF file on the Server Terminal(side) i.e (http://localhost:8084/GeoTrak/getdetailReportPage.do) but not on the client Terminal(side) i.e (http://192.168.100.35:8084/GeoTrak/getdetailReportPage.do).
Does anyone knows how to resolve this situation ? Best regards Ranjan

Code ……Struts Action class.:……………………………..

String fullPath=getServlet().getServletContext().getRealPath("reports/"+pf.getReportList()+".jasper");
JPrint=JasperFillManager.fillReport(fullPath,params,con);
JasperViewer.viewReport(JPrint,true);
con.close();

 
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