RE: simple Query

2001-05-30 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
In the Apache http.conf add/change entry for ServerName something like this ServerName a054848.abbey Add what ever name you want if you are on intranet - like www.tomcat.com then you can access your server/servlets using http://www.tomcat.com/snoop regards mahesh -Original Message-

RE: PROBLEMS_IMPORTING_CLASSES

2001-05-29 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
Copy it in jre/lib/ext it should work... -Original Message- From: Daniel Leyva [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 8:20 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: PROBLEMS_IMPORTING_CLASSES Hi, I have some problems importing classes of java which are used for JSP pages (

RE: JavaBeans

2001-05-29 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
Hi Place the bean class either in the Web-inf/classes directory (along with the package directory structure) or package it in a jar and place it in the Web-Inf/lib directory. regards -Original Message- From: Kavi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 7:13 AM To:

RE: Multipart Request

2001-05-28 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
You should still be able to use the oreilly package with tomcat (I am assuming you are refering to jason hunts package), Servlet Api 2,2 does not provide any classes for multipart requests and you have to use third part classes regards mahesh -Original Message- From: David DELGRANCHE

RE: web application archive (WAR) file

2001-05-28 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
Hi You could use the Ant tool to build a war file which in turn uses jar command line utility available with JDK. For unpacking war files you can use winzip or the jar utility available with JDK. Ant is a subproject under the Apache/Jakarta and is also bundled with Tomcat. Tomcat has a user

RE: Adding some new servlet entries

2001-05-28 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
you need to restart - you can access the new servlets directly using their class name http://myserver:8080/appname/servlet/servletclassname in which case web.xml entries are not required regards mahesh -Original Message- From: RANDRIAMPARANY Honitriniela [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

Apache/Tomcat/SSL

2001-05-25 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
Hi I have an Apache Server running under SSL. I have linked my Tomcat Server to it. Now I would like to refer to the SSL variables like SSL_CIPHER_USEKEYSIZE from my servlet code but don't know how to do it. Has anyone done that before ? regards mahesh Important: Internet

RE: (EXPERTS ONLY) Bean Creation in Dispatch Servlet

2001-05-25 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
Title: Re: problems installing tomcat on linux Hi Have you tried the simple way of : com.blah.blah.MyBean abean = new com.blah.blah.MyBean();request.setAttribute("thename", abean); in JSP : com.blah.blah.MyBean abean = request.getAttribute("thename"); regards mahesh -Original

RE: (EXPERTS ONLY) Bean Creation in Dispatch Servlet

2001-05-25 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
,but Ineed to cast it to use the Bean specific functionality and... (com.blah.blah.MyBean)request.getAttribute("thename"); ...causes the ClassCastException to occur. - Original Message - From: Bhat, Mahesh To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Frid

RE: (EXPERTS ONLY) Bean Creation in Dispatch Servlet

2001-05-25 Thread Bhat, Mahesh
e jsp file in the servlet to match the .jsp file name you created above. Thanks! Leon - Original Message - From: Bhat, Mahesh To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, May 25