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Script Just Shows the Source...It Doesn't Do Anything

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I have a script that is a basic JSP file. It doesn't work, though. Here it is:
http://72.249.33.117/~mpinelli/test.jsp

Is there something special I have to do in order for that to actually execute and do something?
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by:suprapto45
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Simple question....

Where do you run it (app server)? You should use Java J2EE app server such as Tomcat to run JSP
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by:HarryDuno16957
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Tomcat is installed on the server. I just don't know how to get that script to use Tomcat instead of just showing text.
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Did you deploy it to Tomcat? You should create a web application (WAR) file and put it in your TOMCAT_HOME/webapps?
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by:HarryDuno16957
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Nevermind, the webhost told me the problem. Using the IP address to access the domain doesn't call Tomcat. The domain name is registered as a link to Tomcat and all JSP files will be sent to it, but only when I use the domain.

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Hi kodiakbear,

Please go ahead.

David
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