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i am unable to view jsp page on either lion or 10.6 macs in safari or firefox.

i ran system update and made it sure all updates are upto date.
i know that page loads on a PC.
only an issue in MAC osX.

is there anything else to be done.
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A jap page is created at the server then feed to the computer.
then the browser displays it.

your computer requests jsp page > server creates the html code > returns the html page

it sounds like the developer has not take in account viewing with a mac browser.

you could try chrome to see if it will display.
https://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?extra=devchannel&platform=win

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none of the above helped.
i think the web hosting company has to fix that
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