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My Tomcat is running fine but when there's one time i tried running my source code with the input type as this <input type="text" value="<%=userno%>" disabled><%=userno%>&nbsp;<%=name%> it runs correctly as shown in the dreamweaver browser. However when i found out that that's not what i want, i change the code to <input type="text" value="<%=userno%>&nbsp;<%=name%>" disabled> it still display the previous code. I am using dreamweaver to do my work and had seen the correct displaying method in dreamweaver browser, however when i open it in IE, it still show the wrong method. I've tried shutdown n startup the tomcat server and even restart the computer but it still doesn't help much. How to change the displaying method to the one i preferred in the IE? Please help asap, I'm halfway done with my project only and the due date is near. Thanks very much.
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>> it still display the previous code..
Try go to the <Tomcat Home>\work\Standalone\localhost folder, and delete the compiled servlets there, then try run your URL in your browser again?
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Thanks. It works.
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