Do I have to be connected to the internet for the JSWDK web server to work ?
- Posted by: Arturo Nunez
- Posted on: October 30 2000 02:17 EST
The only time I can get a servlet to run is if I am logged into the internet. If I am not logged in, the browser responds with a message that it can not locate the web site (i.e. http://localhost:8080/ ).
Also, is Tomcat a better choice for a web server and does Tomcat support JSPs ?
There's no need that u have to be connected to the internet. JSWDK is a webserver which process ur request from the browser and response back to the browser.
first click startserver.bat, it shows end point created:portname in doswindow. now open ie and go to http://localhost:8080
it would show the index.html page
2) ofcourse Tomcat is better than JSWDK and supports jsp as well.
Are you using IE ? That is probably what is causing the problem.