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From: Michael Brennen (mbrennenfni.com)
Date: Mon May 13 2002 - 16:53:48 CDT
If he's seeing JSP code that is not a browser side problem. If JSP
source code is leaking, the server is not interpreting it properly.
This is generally a MIME type problem in the server configuration.
Given the usually complex lashup between Apache and an external
JSP/servlet engine (Tomcat / Websphere / other?), there could be
other things going on. I doubt that HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/1.1 is the
The odd thing is that a raw GET, not using a browser, gives
different results (if I've understood the original post). That
inconsistency points to something flakey on the server.
On Mon, 13 May 2002, Todd Leetham wrote:
> You have eliminated one thing, but... Same browsers? Same
> versions? Same settings?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: DFx [mailto:dfxdfxdesigns.com]
> While working on a school project and trying to introduce downloading
> information from web pages, I came across a really strange issue.
> When sending a normal get command to an http server, I receive JSP
> source code instead of the html "end product" (after the JSP code is
> I have verified this is not OS specific, being as I can view the JSP
> code from 2 different machines, 1 running Linux, 1 running Windows XP