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cryptwizard

I have joined this webhost as I saw on the front page that it supported JSP.
However, I got this simple JSP script from a tutorial and it won't work.
Can anyone tell me why?

The Script:
http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/


arunkumarhg

I have joined this webhost as I saw on the front page that it supported JSP.

However, I got this simple JSP script from a tutorial and it won't work.

Can anyone tell me why?

 

The Script:

http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>


You need to get 50 good posts and request for account upgradation, then u will get jsp and servlet support (Why so? because jsp uses more CPU resources)

 

Cheers

 

Arunkumar.H.G


cryptwizard

Then whats with:

20 megs of space500 Mb Monthly
Control Panel Admin
Support JSP,CGI, PHP
Posts: 10


I should get JSP as well.

OpaQue

sorry.. my mistake. I will change it. JSP is only for members who have 50 Good Posts.


cryptwizard

Well, I'm half way there.25 more posts to go.Oh god I want that JSP...


cryptwizard

Now, I've upgraded by account, but JSP still won't work:See reference in first post.


rapco

what should we see when we enter:

because a i see: http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

Hello! The time is now

in that url... is that right???

cryptwizard

It currently says:

Hello! The time is now <%= new java.util.Date() %>

If JSP was working, <%= new java.util.Date() %> should have been replaced with the time.

cryptwizard

Anyone?


iGuest

JSP is supported by Xisto, I am unfamiliar with jsp but all I can say is that you should check your syntax or whatever to make sure your code is of profficient quality.


OpaQue

JSP puts a lot of load on the SERVER so we do not install the SERVLET by default. Please request it at the REQUEST HOSTING FORUM and we will install the servlet.ISSUE RESOLVED. TOPIC CLOSED.