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JSP on ServletExec running under MS IIS 5.0

JSP on ServletExec running under MS IIS 5.0

JSP on ServletExec running under MS IIS 5.0

(OP)
I have been having serious problems with getting my JSPs to run
correctly under ServletExec running is MS IIS 5.0.
 
Below is the code that does not work. (This JSP never branches to the correct JSP). Code for Process.jsp
 
 
<%@ page import="java.util.*" %>
<%@ page import="qpakreqF.FormBean.class" %>
 
<%!
ResourceBundle bundle =null;
public void jspInit() {
      bundle = ResourceBundle.getBundle("forms");
      }
%>
 
<jsp:useBean id="formHandler" class="qpakreq.FormBean" scope="session"> <jsp:setProperty name="formHandler" property="*"> </jsp:useBean>
 
<%
  if (formHandler.validate()) {
%>
  <jsp:forward page="<%=bundle.getString(\"process.success\")%>"/> <%
  } else {
%>
  <jsp:forward page="<%=bundle.getString(\"process.retry\")%>"/> <%
  }
%>
 
Note this whole application runs fine on Inprise Application Server and JBuilder 3.5.
 
Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks,
  Mike Payne

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