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    JSP with WHM/CPANEL Question

    Does anyone know why with the installed jsp engine, it will proccess the JSP files, and display them correctly, yet it leaks the source code of the JSP when someone views the source of a web page?? Thanks!

    p.s. I am just running WHM/CPANEL with latest tomcat release

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    It means that JSP is not being processed.

    What engine are you using?
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    Hi Jason

    I suggest to install it manually, you´ll have more control, you´´ll be able to run Tomcat as Stand Alone, through mod_webapp instead mod_jk, at the end, it will be easiest to run it.
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    Well, if I install it manually, what effect will that have on the version that CPANEL already installs? How would I remove the tomcat that cpanel installed?

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    So.. I guess no one knows how that would be done?

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    Originally posted by jasonX
    So.. I guess no one knows how that would be done?
    Yeah, looks like no one has removed it
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