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JSP will not run

 
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How do I get a JSP to run on Netscape Enterprise Server 3.5.1.
I can get Servlets to run ok within dir servlets.
Do I have to place the JSP files in a special dir so the server
can recognise the .jsp ext- Help
 
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The jsp should go in the same directory as your servlets. The servlet server (e.g. ServletExec) will need to be configured to use jsp.
 
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What classpath changes are required in order to compile servlets for jrun
thanks in advance
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In the Servers I have used, JSPs go in the normal directory
structure with the HTML pages and other resources. The JSP engine does the translation into Java source code and then into a servlet that is placed correctly in the servlet directory according to package, etc.
You send a browser to the JSP just like you would go to an HTML page, the server must be set to recognize the .jsp file type and direct processing to the JSP engine.
 
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