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Well, I know this is the application server forum but I have no where else to turn.
I am running Solaris 7 with sun's 6.0 webserver and service pack 4. We have j2se 1.3.1_04 installed and working.
I would like the System.out.println statements in my JSP's and Servlets to print to my console screen where I typed ./start to get thing going.
I cannot seem to find some good advice on this ANYWHERE!
I hope someone here can lend me a hand. Thanks,
Jason
 
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I don't think you may see the System.out.println in the administrator console. You may work around:
1) write to the log file
2) hard code in the servlet using HTML or using the JSP object out(JspWriter) to show the informaiton.
Thanks
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