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  1. #1
    Parag Sankla Guest

    Weblogic Server


    Can someone help me on cofiguring Weblogic Server to run Servlets and JSP
    ? Thanks.

  2. #2
    nigel Guest

    Re: Weblogic Server


    "Parag Sankla" <paragsankla@angelfire.com> wrote:
    >
    >Can someone help me on cofiguring Weblogic Server to run Servlets and JSP
    >? Thanks.


    Here is the home of all Weblogic documentation
    http://www.weblogic.com/docs/sitemap.html

    I'm sure you will find all that you need!

  3. #3
    Kartik Guest

    Re: Weblogic Server


    "Parag Sankla" <paragsankla@angelfire.com> wrote:
    >
    >Can someone help me on cofiguring Weblogic Server to run Servlets and JSP
    >? Thanks.


    Check out the weblogic.properties file.
    You need to do the following:-
    One of the ways to register a servlet is under the heading :
    USER-WRITTEN AND DEMO SERVLET REGISTRATIONS

    Do not forget to register the Document Root configuration.
    DocumentRoot configuration
    weblogic.httpd.documentRoot=<your documnet path>

    Bye

    Kartik


  4. #4
    Madhav Guest

    Re: Weblogic Server


    "Parag Sankla" <paragsankla@angelfire.com> wrote:
    >
    >Can someone help me on cofiguring Weblogic Server to run Servlets and JSP
    >? Thanks.


    Hi Parag ,

    weblogic.httpd.register.GateServlet=
    com.mediamap.monarch.servlets.GateServlet
    weblogic.allow.execute.weblogic.servlet.GateServlet=everyone

    weblogic.httpd.register.AuthServlet=
    com.mediamap.monarch.servlets.AuthServlet
    weblogic.allow.execute.weblogic.servlet.AuthServlet=everyone

    Above given statements are from weblogic properties file.
    just add them in your properties file and change the servlet name
    and instead of everyone change it usernames.
    and also uncomment the following statement
    weblogic.httpd.register.servlets=weblogic.servlet.ServletServlet

    It should not be any different in JSPs case.

    Thanks
    Madhav



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