I used getOutputStream() of response object in JSP.

Michael Dean

Don't know if this will help--your code worked as is on my system (J2SDK 1.4.1, Tomcat 4.1.12, Linux)--but you're setting the content-type twice, and to two different values. In the page directive, you specify contentType="text/html; charset=8859_1", and then in the scriptlet, you do a response.setContentType ("application/excel");. Try changing the one in the page directive and deleting the one in the scriptlet. The servlet container may be calling getOutputStream() when it sees the text MIME type so it can prepare the out built-in variable.

Also, according to the J2EE design patterns, JSP's should only be used to produce text output. Any binary output (such as Excel files) should be produced with servlets--otherwise, the JSP becomes one big scriptlet (like this one).

If you still want to do this with a JSP, you might want to take out your try ... catch block since you're not doing anything with it. Doing so will allow you to let the servlet container handle the errors (i.e. specify error pages in the web application deployment descriptor). Either that, or at least put the close() and flush()calls in it since they can throw IOExceptions, too. :)

Finally, you should never close the servlet's output stream. Leave that up to the servlet container.

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