• Subject: Re: JSP with WebSphere extensions
  • From: melander@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2000 13:23:22 -0600

The tsx tags are IBM extensions to the JSP 1.0 API and are only available
in WebSphere Advanced 3.0x.  Make sure you've added the JSP 1.0 enabling
servlet to the Web application that contains your JSP files.  The default
Web application uses JSP 0.91, so you'd have to remove the JSP 0.91 servlet
and replace it with the JSP 1.0 servlet to get the tsx tags to work.  The
documentation for WebSphere 3.0 Advanced is at
http://www.as400.ibm.com/websphere

Also, there is also an AS/400-specific WebSphere forum at
http://as400service.ibm.com/w_dir/WSDiscuss.nsf/By+Category?OpenView

Mel Anderson



"Simon Coulter" <shc@flybynight.com.au> on 03/25/2000 08:27:13 AM

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Hello Joe,

I haven't tested this but the redbook sg245635 Building AS/400 Applications
for IBM
WebSphere Standard Edition 2.0 shows the tags as:

<INSERT>
and
<REPEAT>

That redbook also has examples of the complete tag syntax.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.


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> From: "Joe Teff" <joeteff@earthlink.net>
> To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
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> Subject: JSP with WebSphere extensions

>
> S searched the Redbook site for "java" and found this Redpiece. Chapter
> 5 discusses JSPs and it talks about Webshere extensions. I have the
> book downloaded at work, but I'm at home today. If my memory is right
> (and it's often NOT), it said it was WebSphere extensions and not
> WebSphere studio or anything else. I think the book is non-platform
> specific, so these tags are probably not supported on the AS/400. Oh
> well, it doesn't hurt to try. Thanks, Joe
>
> WebSphere Studio and VisualAge for Java Servlet and JSP
> Programming , SG24-5755-00 2000-03-16
> http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces/abstracts/sg245755.html
>
>
> >What are the tsx tags? I have the docs for WebSphere 2.02 (the current
> >AS/400 V4R4 edition unless you purchase the newly released 3.0 Advanced)
> and
> >I don't see any reference to these tags.
> >
> >Luther
>
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