Configuring Apache to run JSPs.

Posted on 2006-05-09
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
I'm running Mac OS 10.3 on an Xserve and have a website which makes use of JSPs. I believe I need to configure Apache to use the JSPs, possibly modifying the httpd.conf file to add support for JSPs.

Currently Post buttons return "Method Not Allowed".

What's involved in getting this to work?
Question by:7Office
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    I am not sure this is so much a Mac question as an Apache or a Java question. Have you tried searching these forums for "Apache JSP", or tried looking at:


    I think you are more likely to get an answer in the Apache or the Java forums than here.

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