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How to support jsp?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hkewell, Jun 12, 2002.

  1. hkewell

    hkewell Well-Known Member

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    Can step by step tell me ?
     
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    install Tomcat™ Java Servlet
     
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    hkewell Well-Known Member

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    After install .... but httpd faided ??

    help me
     
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    install it from this location and follow the installation procedure

    http://layer1.cpanel.net/jsp-install-4.x.tar.gz

    If you still have a problem please quote it here

    Also don't forget to enable SuExec from WHM -& Server Setup
     
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    jsp support?

    I have downloaded the jsp4 package from layer1.cpanel.net, and run the install script. It took a few minutes, and then I added the requested lines into the config file. I also have suexec enabled as I've seen posted somewhere, although I'm not sure it's related.

    Now with those entries the web server starts just fine, but I wrote a quick test jsp file, but it does not get processed as a jsp file, but just spit out as html.

    Are there any further steps to allow .jsp files to be properly handled?

    Kevin
     
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    solved

    For those wondering how to make it work, after installing the above setup, what noone mentions is that you must enable servlet/jsp support on a per-host instance using WHM. It's under the Plugins section on the left hand side.

    My JSP support is functioning properly now.

    bliz42
     
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