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Hi All,
I am new to JAVA and presently going thru Core JAVA...
I am aware of syntax and symantics of JAVA but I am not aware of the JSP technology.
I have a very basic question regarding JSP.
If u r familiar with ASP then, we can run individual ASP pages on our local machine if we have IIS installed.
What we have to do is just keep that ASP in the localhost folder (wwwroot folder created in IIs installation) and then give the path in the iexplorer..
E.g.
If I carry out default installation of IIS, my home directory (for web) will be C:\Inetpub\wwwroot
So I can execute an asp by putting in this folder and giving following path in the iexplorer address box:
http://localhost/File1.asp

and thats it!!
The File1.asp file will be run...

How can I run the JSP file like this???

Thanks
Aliester...
 
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IIS has has an ASP interpreter.

To run JSPs you would need Java and a Servlet container such as Apache Tomcat.
 
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Hi Ben
Of-course I hava JAVA installed (J2EE 1.4.2 and J2SE aswell).
I have Sun Application Server and BEA web-logic installed on my PC.....
so, can you tell me by using these, how can I run a JSP???

thanks
abhijit
 
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