In iPlanet Application Builder 6.0, can we create/run java applogic with GXtags in HTML template???
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Posted By:   Manoj_TK
Posted On:   Monday, April 15, 2002 08:42 AM

I could successfully install IAS 6.0 SP1 and run the fortune and Helloworld application provided by iPlanet, without any issues. With iPlanet Application Builder 6.0., i tried to create a Helloworld application using applogics and HTML template with GX tags (in fact this application was created in NAB3.0 and was tested successfully). The same application which was working in NAB3.0 was copied to iAB6.0 and tested. It was getting compiled/built properly in iAB6.0 without any errors. But on "test" of the project i am getting the HTML displayed in the browser without the values in GX tag populated. If the URL is given as http://localhost/cgi-bin/gx.cgi/AppLogic+newtest.hello in bro   More>>

I could successfully install IAS 6.0 SP1 and run the fortune and Helloworld application provided by iPlanet, without any issues.



With iPlanet Application Builder 6.0., i tried to create a Helloworld application using applogics and HTML template with GX tags (in fact this application was created in NAB3.0 and was tested successfully).



The same application which was working in NAB3.0 was copied to iAB6.0 and tested. It was getting compiled/built properly in iAB6.0 without any errors.



But on "test" of the project i am getting the HTML displayed in the browser without the values in GX tag populated.



If the URL is given as http://localhost/cgi-bin/gx.cgi/AppLogic+newtest.hello in browser, i am getting the GX Error.



In NAB3.0, we have an option for creating a java applogic. But in iAB6.0, that feature is missing.



Is it possible to create and work with java Applogics with GX tags in HTML template in iPlanet Application Builser 6.0?


Have anyone worked on similiar lines? Please help.....

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