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Old May 13th, 2005, 06:38 AM
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Hello

I have installed jdk and tomcat on my pc and set path to
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0\bin;C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\bin;

i created one jsp page with the contents
<%@page import="java.util.date" %>
<html>
<body>
 the current date is <% = (new Date()).toString() %>
</body>
</html>

I saved this file into c:\Program files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\Webapps\javacode\displaydate.jsp

directory. and type the following url in browser

http://localhost:8080/javacode/displaydate.jsp

its not showing me output.
shall i set classpath ?

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hai this is ramesh!
        suppose u installed tomcat in c:\tomcat
        and u installed in d:\j2se
        ur working dir e:\ramesh
        u first set path ie in environment variable
         path
         %path%;d:\j2se\bin;c:\tomcat\bin;
         similarly to classpath
        classpath
        %classpath%;d:\j2se\src.zip or d:\j2se\lib;
        set catalina-home
            c:\tomcat;
            java-home
            d:\j2se;

             and make sure ur placing ur jsp in
              urdir
                | Web-inf\
                | ur.jsp
                            |classes\*.class
                            |web.xml
                            |lib...
                            |tld\*.tld (for useage of Custom Tag)
in browser tpye http://urhost:portnumber/urdir/ur.jsp
meaning is this requset reaches to urdir ie public area of
webserver,ur jspfiles is under public area from WEB-INF onwords
private area to users so they cannot use /call directly
only they are suppose to call(access) files in public area
if u want to use private area it is possible only mapping on web.xml
urdir acts as small website

 if u have any clarificationf contact me on dlnr01@yahoo.co.in








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Problem is with your classpath.... check it... set classpath to the libraries of java and tomcat lib

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Hi Dev...,

Well since your starting to develop those jsp for the first time.
I would suggest to browse through the default application coming
with tomcat.

just check the url on ur local machine.
http://localhost:8080/
you will find link to examples. then check jsp examples.

there will be examples such as calender etc.

you can put your file there and check whether its running.

then we take it from there.

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