I am running Win98SE on a Pentium 350 box with 64MB RAM. I am not able to run JSP pages/scripts in Internet Explorer. Whenever I try to run one by pressing a hyperlink, I get a This Page Cannot Be Displayed error message. I have tried changing the setting of Internet Explorer, but it does not work. I have JVM installed. However I do not have JDK. What could be wrong?
Windows 98 is a bit outdated ... IE 4.0 - what version of IE are you using? Still, however, JSP is a server-side languages so the browser shouldn't even have to handle anything except for HTML ?? Are your sure the JSP pages work in a different system?
Even I am facing the same issue of jsp files not loading correctly in IE. I have win2k and IE6. I used to access jsp pages properly. But I had a severe virus attack once and I had to repair my os. Since then, as far as I remember, I am not able to access jsp pages properly. I think I have removed all the viruses from my PC. Any inputs on this?
Thanks for your reply. I dont have an application server. I am just browsing sites on internet and files with extention .jsp are not loading properly. I wanted to know if there is any setting on the browser which restricts files with certain extentions or is it a known virus/worm for IE on win2k??
You need to run your JSP files and servlets inside a container such as tomcat or java enterprise server. I think I am new to Java myself, but you cant run them from the browser without the script first being run on the server.