Muffazal Tikiwala

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Hi,
Please provide me the ans to the questions posted below related to the java development.
Question 1:
Is Java Development on the Internet is different from product or enterprise application development. Suggest some ways they r different and some java technology that is revelant to Internet Development.
Question 2:
Assumig ur writing an internet application to do login or search, how will this be carried out in java.
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Muffazal
21 years ago
Hi,
Copy javax folder from the "jsdk" directory and paste it in the jdk1.2.2 "bin" folder and then compile ur java file.
Hope u have installed the jsdk if not please do install it.
Hope this will help.
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Muffazal
21 years ago
Hello,
I have installed the Java Web Server 2.0 on my office machine but when I click on the httpd.exe file in the bin directory the command prompt window appears for a sec and then disappears.
The same server I have installed on my home pc and its working fine. I have even reinstalled the server but with no positive results.
Please Help
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Muffazal
21 years ago
I have written a servlet and a *.shtml file for Server Side Include to pass parameters to the servlet. But when I try to invoke the .shtml file from the browser I got an error message "File not found".
The method I used to invoke the .shtml file is:
http://localhost:8080/filename.shtml
I had saved the .shtml file in the Java Web Server directory
I want to know where I should place the .shtml file in the Java Web Server so that it can be run from the browser and the result sent to the client.
Please help
21 years ago
Hi vikram,
I have read ur problem and i think that u must write and edit ur .jsp files through dos and not through windows. Though u can do it through windows also but it gives a little bit of problem. Hence I'm recommending the command prompt.
Goto the command prompt and goto the jsp folder in the examples folder. Here save ur file or edit ur file or create a new file using a dos editor.
For Example type at the command prompt the following:
c:/>javawebserver2.0\examples\jsp>edit hello1.jsp
Hope this will help u to solve ur problem.
I usually run my .jsp files using this method only.
Regards
Muffazal
21 years ago