i am having a problem.... i have written a bean which will access a db2 table and retrieve some data from it. I have a html page where the user can enter a number which equates to the primary key for the search.... it then calls a jsp which should access the bean and publish the results.
That at least is the objective. However we are doing this in conjunction with Websphere studio and this is where the confusion starts. My class files are in the installedApps/WEB-inf directory of the AppServer as is my jsp file. My html file calls the jsp fine but i dont get any results.....
Am i missing something - should i add my bean to some xml file to make sure it gets loaded by the appserver?
I have added a line that will tell me the server time (this is in my jsp page) -- i will attach it --> but this just outputs : The server time is new java.util.Date()
IS there something missing on my jsp page that is needed to pick up these tags?
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