Run JSP file in Android

by Billsen » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 07:06:25 GMT


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 Hi,

I try to run jsp file in Android, just want print some string in
webpage with <%= "test" %>. However, nothing happens after execution.
No error occurs. Can Android run jsp file? If yes, how?

Thanks in advance,

Senshan
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Run JSP file in Android

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 07:15:57 GMT


 


Only if you supply some sort of JSP interpreter. I believe there are no 
template languages in Android, beyond the limited string-replacement 
system provided in stock Java's String.format() method.

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Run JSP file in Android

by Peterman » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 15:13:52 GMT


 I think that you only can view jsp'files with a web browser of
Android, but no if the jsp file was a application..





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Run JSP file in Android

by Mauro » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 17:11:48 GMT


 JSP is a SERVER's technology. If you want to execute a JSP on an
Android powered phone you'll need a servlet/JSP container running ON
THE PHONE. Now, if you just want to SEE a JSP page on the phone, you
should have to setup a server (ie. Apache Tomcat) and browse the
server ip/web address using the phone's BROWSER.




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