[jcifs] rookie here. request.getparameter() doesn't work .help pretty pls

Rid, Christoph (Fa. advantec) Christoph.Rid at eurocopter.com
Wed Aug 1 10:37:52 GMT 2007

I think you must enter the wins server not your own ip. ipconfig /all
will show you the address


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Sent: Mittwoch, 1. August 2007 11:52
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Subject: [jcifs] rookie here. request.getparameter() doesn't work .help
pretty pls

I am runing Tomcat 6.0.13, and I am trying to do a web application for a
intranet. I need to display the username on one of the pages. First I
solved the problem using the solution on this page:
http://www.jguru.com/faq/viewquestion.jsp?EID=393110 but then couple of
people suggested I should use jcifs. I try understanding the install
procedure from

but I tried and no luck. So..copyed the jar in the lib of my project,
then in web.xml I wrote 

        <param-value>localhost,xx.xxx.xx.xxx(my ip)</param-value>

and then in my index.jsp I just wrote
out.println(request.getRemoteUser()); Of course, it didn;t work. I get
the error


is there any other configuration I need to do? any import or extend in
my jsp? is my filter declaration wrong? can anyone tell me what am I
doing wrong?? 10x a lot in advance

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