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Old January 24th, 2006, 02:21 AM
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Default http://localhost:8080 asks me user name?

i'm trying a hello world JSP program. i've installed latest J2EE from java.sun.com. i started Default Server but when i enter http://localhost:8080 on my IE address bar, it asks me user name and password. i dont know what to enter and if i cancel it shows me Unauthorized.

kindly help me in getting start with this.


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