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  1. #1
    PAVAN Guest

    misbehaving of jsp in unix server


    Hi,
    we developed an appln and tested on winnt operating weblogic5.1 server. The
    form consists of date fields(from date and todate) which are used for the
    query written in sql statement of session bean.This bean we are calling from
    the jsp. date fields are passing as a parameters to ejb.
    when we runned this jsp thru winnt , output is coming perfectly.
    we shifted this jsp and the jar file to unix server. now we are not getting
    any output nor an error in console.
    we checked the date formats on both the servers.
    someone suggested to use arraylist in place of vector(right now we are using
    an vector and enumeartion).
    can any one suggest some idea immediately.

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: misbehaving of jsp in unix server

    If you moved your application to a different server and its behaviour
    changed, then your new system is not configured correctly. Using ArrayList
    instead of Vector is totally irrelevant to that problem, so don't waste your
    time on that. Find the differences between the new and old systems'
    configurations and get rid of them.

    PC2

    "PAVAN" <pavan.kumar@wartsila.com> wrote in message
    news:3b9a5e09$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Hi,
    > we developed an appln and tested on winnt operating weblogic5.1 server.

    The
    > form consists of date fields(from date and todate) which are used for the
    > query written in sql statement of session bean.This bean we are calling

    from
    > the jsp. date fields are passing as a parameters to ejb.
    > when we runned this jsp thru winnt , output is coming perfectly.
    > we shifted this jsp and the jar file to unix server. now we are not

    getting
    > any output nor an error in console.
    > we checked the date formats on both the servers.
    > someone suggested to use arraylist in place of vector(right now we are

    using
    > an vector and enumeartion).
    > can any one suggest some idea immediately.




  3. #3
    pavan Guest

    Re: misbehaving of jsp in unix server


    Thank u paul,
    we solved that problem. it is basically bcoz of difference in date format
    in both operating systems.

    regards,
    pavan

    "Paul Clapham" <pclapham@core-mark.com> wrote:
    >If you moved your application to a different server and its behaviour
    >changed, then your new system is not configured correctly. Using ArrayList
    >instead of Vector is totally irrelevant to that problem, so don't waste

    your
    >time on that. Find the differences between the new and old systems'
    >configurations and get rid of them.
    >
    >PC2
    >
    >"PAVAN" <pavan.kumar@wartsila.com> wrote in message
    >news:3b9a5e09$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> Hi,
    >> we developed an appln and tested on winnt operating weblogic5.1 server.

    >The
    >> form consists of date fields(from date and todate) which are used for

    the
    >> query written in sql statement of session bean.This bean we are calling

    >from
    >> the jsp. date fields are passing as a parameters to ejb.
    >> when we runned this jsp thru winnt , output is coming perfectly.
    >> we shifted this jsp and the jar file to unix server. now we are not

    >getting
    >> any output nor an error in console.
    >> we checked the date formats on both the servers.
    >> someone suggested to use arraylist in place of vector(right now we are

    >using
    >> an vector and enumeartion).
    >> can any one suggest some idea immediately.

    >
    >



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