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From "Stankard, David" <>
Subject RE: JSP IDEs
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2003 14:49:54 GMT

WSAD does manage changes to JSPs nicely.  You can change files in your
source tree and it will automagically move changes to the app server and
open a browser to view the page.

The whole point of "previewing" a page is to see it without actually
running it on a server, and to be able to edit it in a WYSIWYG mode.  My
system is low on memory and it is a pain to make a minor change in a JSP
and have to reload the page and wait for WSAD, Tomcat and web browser to
get a move on.

I have heard that this is possible in WSAD 5.0, and I've heard it isn't.
Someone mentioned DreamweaverMX, but am hoping this is do-able
preferably in WSAD or perhaps in another cheap/free application.

->Dave Stankard

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Lowe [] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2003 10:27 AM
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: JSP IDEs

A text editor and a browser refresh button i suppose just wouldn't do 

On Wednesday, September 24, 2003, at 02:16 PM, Stankard, David wrote:

> Hello there,
> I'm working on a JSP application in WSAD 5.0.  Does anyone know a way
> to
> have the WYSIWYG JSP previewer evaluate jsp:include statements in a 
> JSP?
> I'm working with JSPs that have jsp:include statements that include
> header/footer files that hold stuff like javascript, <html> tags and
> formatting HTML tags.
> If this can't be done in WSAD, does anyone know of another JSP editor 
> that will do this?
> Thanks,
> David Stankard

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