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Hi,
Something strange is happening on my JSP page, if you go to http://www.mycgiserver.com/~akravets/pages/howStocks.jsp, and click on quote.jsp (this page is actually a file called "quote.txt" which is a source code of quote.jsp) the text file is not loaded but the source code is run by the server as if it were a JSP page. Funny that this happens only in IE browser and not NC.
Anybody can explain why this is happening?
thanks,
Alex
 
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Can anyone answer my question?
thanks,
Alex
 
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The URL didn't work for me (404).
 
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try this: http://www.mycgiserver.com/~akravets/pages/howStocks.jsp
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