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simo wrote:Dear Arijit,the problem with h819 was that he had a wrong config in the connector definition in the web.xml file.It was not matching the folder that FCKeditor was looking for the connector...This is the most common problem with 404 error with the connector...I may try to develop a JSP version of the connector, so that not complex changes of the web.xml is needed.Simone
roffe wrote:I think I have the EXACT same problem. There simply is no /editor/filemanager/browser/default/connectors/jsp/connector folder, so the settings from the wiki manual ( http://wiki.fckeditor.net/Developer's_G ... ation/Java ) do not resolve to a valid folder.
Here is a way to resolve 'file not found' (error 404) by configuring Java Integration using the same pattern as the other host languages (for example, php).This has been tested with FCKeditor 2.5.Follow these steps in conjunction with the Developer's Guide for Java Integration. http://wiki.fckeditor.net/Developer%27s_Guide/Integration/Java1) After you have downloaded and extracted the FCKeditor release of your choice (under the web folder), create a folder called jsp under \editor\filemanager\connectors (you will notice that folders already exist for the other languages like php, asp, aspx and so on).2) In the jsp folder created in step 1, create two .jsp files:connector.jsp
<jsp:forward page="/Connector" />
roffe wrote:I am currently trying to integrate the Image Browser with our system. It uses a Tomcat server and is totally servlet based, NOT using jsp. We are using a custom HTML template system. How do I integrate the Image Browser without using jsp?