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Conversion from Page to JSP

Conversion from Page to JSP

Conversion from Page to JSP

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Hello. Does anybody know if Silvertream has any plans to have a conversion tool from Pages to JSP/ Servlets?

Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Alexander.

RE: Conversion from Page to JSP

Yes, it is call pay thousands of dollars to have their people come in a do it for you. The fact that they did this to me is rather slimey. Spend a year creating pages and then be told: "Hey we don't support them any more! We recommend you convert to JSP and the lack of help we'll give you will will force you to pay us to do it". This very business practice has turned off a couple folks I know of from using SilverStram for future sites.

I can't even get them to give me an example, anybody have one?

I understand JSP, but can't find help on how to deploy the JSP page with SilverStream. I am sure it is around somewhere!

RE: Conversion from Page to JSP

i'm new to this forum, hope what i am sending is still in time.
assuming your silverstream installed in in d:\silverstream37
assuming your work is in toy.db
----------------------------------------------------------
put these inside a bat file


d:\SilverStream37\bin\silvercmd JspCompiler jsp1.jsp
...<do the same for all the jsp within this sub-directory>

set CLASSPATH=<all the necessary jars to be included>
javac *.java

jar cvf myjspjar.jar *.*
jar tvf myjspjar.jar
d:\SilverStream37\bin\silvercmd deployjsp -f Deploy.xml -o http://127.0.0.1 toy myjspjar.jar
-----------------------------------------------------------

Deploy.xml looks like this

<obj_DeployJSP>
        <URLs type="StringArray">
                <el>run2</el>
        </URLs>
        <JARs type="StringArray">
                <el></el>
        </JARs>
</obj_DeployJSP>
------------------------------------------------------------
now you can run it at http://127.0.0.1:80/toy/run2/jsp1.jsp

actually there is another method that uses WAR but I don't know how to use that.
any kind soul pls guide

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