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Error in WTE in VisualAge

 
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I have hit problems trying to run a servlet using the WTE in VisualAge. The web page is blank when the servlet address is called and at the bottom it says "done".
When I look at the console, after the ***Servlet Engine is started*** it says:
urilist: /ErrorReporter/*=ErrorReporter
/servlet/*=invoker
*.jsp=jsp
/=file
I have tried looking in the visualage online help, but can find nothing helpful
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Have you set a breakpoint in your servlet and tried to step through it? There are three possible reasons why nothing could be appearing either in the console or in the browser:
(1) you've not turned on tracing (which is possibly why nothing is in the console)
(2) it never makes it to your servlet (which is possibly why nothing is in the console).
(3) Your servlet runs but produces no output (which is why nothing is in the browser).
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