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Thread: Working with Apache and .JSP

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    Default Working with Apache and .JSP

    Thank you for reading this thread!

    I am a total noob and have a few questions about running my .jsp with my html I have created. First of all I am assuming that I need some sort of Server management program like Apache.

    My html is supposed to gather data for a .jsp that will calculate the amount of cost for renting cars. When I hit my submit but it displays all of the strings and I'm not sure why. It looked like it was working in class.

    I have installed Apache and it will not allow me to manage it. It says cannot open service. I have tried through firefox to go through localhost/8080 the default I believe.

    I appreciate any insight anyone can give me.

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    Default Re: Working with Apache and .JSP

    Can you post your code here?
    Maybe the Apache's port number is already in used by another applications. Try to change listen port.

    java exception
    Last edited by hns1984; January 11th, 2012 at 06:52 PM.

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    Default Re: Working with Apache and .JSP

    Is that "apache web server" or "apache tom cat"? for running JSP , it must to be "apache tom cat".

    please post your code here.
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