Thanks Compuer Guru, I appreciate your reply.
My include file (<jsp:include page="/university.inc" flush="true" />) under the popup is 413 KB.
I am using Tomcat 5.5.20 and the following shows how my server is configured. I got the following from server.xml
I was able to fix this issue by a using a popup window for the SELECT drop down menu and transmit the info back to the window.opener. This took some load off the main window, which fixed the problem. It has been working fine under all browsers and OS except dail-up connect.
I have some dial-up...
I have an application that I wrote in which I have a form and whole bunch of INPUT fileds and SELECT fields. Couple of the SELECT fields contain the list of Colleges in the United States.
I am using <jsp:include page="/university.inc" flush="true" /> to include universities under SELECT...
I already have a virtual directory created in IIS 6 called webapps.
I am just surprised that when I type "WEBAPPS" in the address bar I get 404 error but not when I have "webapps". Almost like IIS or Tomcat is not doing URL translation properly.
I have Tomcat 5.5.20 configured on IIS 6 so both of them can run together.
My question is when I type http://www.domain.com/webapps as the URL everything works fine but it doesn't when I type http://www.domain.com/WEBAPPS
Does anyone know how I can fix this issue?
I didn't know that the...
<jsp:include page="options.inc" flush="true"/>
<%@ include file="options.inc" %>
and this time I didn't get any error.
Can anyone explain the difference and what does that flush="true" mean?
I am getting the following error.
The code of method _jspService(HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse) is exceeding the 65535 bytes limit
I have a form in which I three <SELECT> drop down menu. For each of those <SELECT> menu, I have 5500+ <OPTIONS>. Since all three <SELECT> Menu uses...
The login to the DB was failing.
I ended up finding the answer myself.
In Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> ODBC
I had the driver in User DSN where as I should have put it in System DSN
Thanks for you all your help
I just copied the folder and pasted it with apps2. So for now I am all set with that issue.
I am having trouble with my Apps2 though. I created a <Security-Constraint> in web.xml, added a ODBC Realm in Apps2.xml, and also created a MS Acesses Driver (Administrative Tools -> Data Sources)...
Sorry earlier was a typo....I tried both slashes and I got the same error.
I was thinking...If I combined Apps1 and Apps2 so there is only one apps, would I be able to add multiple realms in apps1.xml or you think that would cause problem.
If that will cause problem then I might have to...
No it didn't work.
I tried the following
<!-- MENU BEGINS HERE //-->
<%@ include file ="c:/commercial/inc/menu.inc" %>
<!-- MENU ENDS HERE //-->
And I got the following
org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /login.jsp(39,4) File "/c:/commercial/inc/menu.inc" not found...
Thank you very much again..
Lastly, I have some include files under app1 (localhost:8080/commercial/) that I want to be able to use under app2 (localhost:8080/personal) . Do you know how I would be able to do that?
I tried few things but I keep on getting 500 error...
Since I already have a realm configured for my 1st application, I am assuming I can simply copy and paste the realm from server.xml to app1.xml
Then repeat this process for my second realm.
However, how would my application know where to look and what realm to use? Is...
I am not familiar with LDAP.
Since I am familiar with tomcat and its features, I wanted to know if I can add another REALM in server.xml. The first REALM would refer to MySQL to authenticate users for my 1st application. The second REALM would refer to Access Database to authenticate users...
Using MySQL 5.0 and Tomcat 5.5.20 along side with IIS 6.
Currently I have:
1. Security Constraint on a folder (WebApps -> Protected).
2. Realm under server.xml so I can authenticate users listed in MySQL database.
Everything stated above still works fine, however, now I have another...