jsp include, idiot <--
i have to turn up to the expert for this question.
i was browsing away and came across with this:
i dont know java, but i'm considering it...
<tr valign='top'><td><%@include file='sidebar.html'%</td>
i thought i would be kindoff easy to use (knowing that my server been configured for running servlets, etc)
my question is:
would i have to save the file as jsp?
is it like SSI's where you have to change the extension into shtml? (even though i've heard you can get around that)
and lastly, how do i find from the web if a server has SSI, php or jsp support installed? do i have do do it through telnet?
btw. i'm running apache on linux.
<Edited by diacono on 01-02-2001 at 04:20 PM>
Someone please correct me if I am wrong but just because your server is setup to handle servlets does not mean it is set up to run JSP especially if your servlet engine is ApacheJServ, you will need a jsp engine such as jakarta tomcat you can get it http://www.apache.org
the complete story is that its a mates server who kindly serves my site for me. i know he is a java programmer and that the server is configured, but apart form that i dont really know much else... :-(