Re: Dreamweaver and JSP

February 7, 2004 by Ian H

I was having problems as well using JavaBeans and JSP in Dreamweaver. I coded and compiled my JavaBeans according to the spec but whenever I tried to insert the jar file into DMX using the Applications > Components panel, I got the error message "Package.class (Unsupported major.minor version 48.0)". I finally solved it, however. I was using J2SDK 1.4.1 before, but now I switched to JDK 1.3.1 and everything works fine. Now I can create my own JavaBeans and insert them into JSP pages no problem.

The next step is to start using MVC architecture for all my JSP sites so I can load data into those request- and session-scoped JavaBeans before serving them to the user in JSP pages. I also want to try associating JavaBean properties with form variables so I can easily get data from the user to send to a servlet in object form.

I'm with you Vinay, let's share our knowledge about using DMX for developing Java-based Web applications.


Getting parameter.

September 8, 2006 by Wasiu Kareem


I am a beginner in using dreamweaver and all the reports I have read in this site are questions.How can I get the answers to the questions in a report? 

I designed  three pages somebody please asists me on how to get parameters from the first and second pages to the third page using hidden attribute in Jsp.