Java Server Pages (http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/) are text files containing a mixture of HTML text and Java code. In order to be able to open JSPs in the preview or on the live system, a servlet container like the Trifork or the Tomcat server is required. They compile the pages and execute them at request of the browser. Every so-called (Java) application server includes a servlet container.
To enable JSP support it is also necessary to integrate a JDK (Java Development Kit) into your system; the Trifork installation already includes a JDK. It is also possible to use the JDK offered by Sun on their website (http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/). Please observe the respective installation requirements.
To make JSPs available in the live system, your servlet container must
be configured in such a way that it responds to requests for JSPs (URL
*.jsp) and delivers the files from the file tree into
which Fiona exports them. When the Template Engine is used, this is the CMS
installation directory, extended by
For the preview the supplied Trifork-Server can be used. For this, an additional web application needs to be configured. This web application can be addressed either via an individual port or via a prefix on the same port as the GUI.
It is possible to use the JDK 1.4 provided by Sun on their website. Please take account of the respective installation requirements.