1071 - Still can't get JSPs to work

I created a new web module and pointed it to my web.xml that defines all my
tag libraries. And when I loaded up the module it didn't read the taglibs
from the web.xml. I am using the weblogic integration..

So then I went back into the settings to double check everything. I selected
that web module and went to the web module tab for the new web-based module.
I noticed that the web module deployment descriptor path was blank so I
clicked the ... and found my web.xml, put in a display name, and hit apply.
Once I hit appy, the path and display name just disappeared. Instead of
saving my settings, it just deleted it. So now I am still stuck unable to
resolve any tag libs in JSPs.

Anyone else get this to work?

Thanks,
Grant


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Also, I looked in my web based .iml file (which is located at my content
root folder) and I noticed there is no reference to web.xml in there but
there is a reference to weblogic.xml.
I would try to manually put in the reference to web.xml but I am not sure
where it would go.

--Grant


"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote in message
news:bteggl$2hn$1@is.intellij.net...

I created a new web module and pointed it to my web.xml that defines all

my

tag libraries. And when I loaded up the module it didn't read the taglibs
from the web.xml. I am using the weblogic integration..

>

So then I went back into the settings to double check everything. I

selected

that web module and went to the web module tab for the new web-based

module.

I noticed that the web module deployment descriptor path was blank so I
clicked the ... and found my web.xml, put in a display name, and hit

apply.

Once I hit appy, the path and display name just disappeared. Instead of
saving my settings, it just deleted it. So now I am still stuck unable to
resolve any tag libs in JSPs.

>

Anyone else get this to work?

>

Thanks,
Grant

>
>


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You can press F4 on the Web module you want to edit, and change web.xml location.
You should be asked if you want to reload settings from the new deploymnet descriptor.
--
regards,
Alexey Kudravtsev
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote in message news:btegl0$3h7$1@is.intellij.net...

Also, I looked in my web based .iml file (which is located at my content
root folder) and I noticed there is no reference to web.xml in there but
there is a reference to weblogic.xml.
I would try to manually put in the reference to web.xml but I am not sure
where it would go.

>

--Grant

>
>

"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote in message
news:bteggl$2hn$1@is.intellij.net...

I created a new web module and pointed it to my web.xml that defines all

my

tag libraries. And when I loaded up the module it didn't read the taglibs
from the web.xml. I am using the weblogic integration..

>

So then I went back into the settings to double check everything. I

selected

that web module and went to the web module tab for the new web-based

module.

I noticed that the web module deployment descriptor path was blank so I
clicked the ... and found my web.xml, put in a display name, and hit

apply.

Once I hit appy, the path and display name just disappeared. Instead of
saving my settings, it just deleted it. So now I am still stuck unable to
resolve any tag libs in JSPs.

>

Anyone else get this to work?

>

Thanks,
Grant

>
>

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I am not sure where I am supposed to hit F4 but when I do specify a new
web.xml and hit OK it asks to reload the web.xml and I choose OK but that
doesn't work and when I go back into my settings the web.xml path isn't
there.

I noticed that when I create a new web module, the web.xml path is there
until I close intelliJ and reopen. When I re-open its not there anymore.

-Grant

"Alexey Kudravtsev (JetBrains)" <cdr@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:btekcr$spq$1@is.intellij.net...

You can press F4 on the Web module you want to edit, and change web.xml

location.

You should be asked if you want to reload settings from the new deploymnet

descriptor.

--
regards,
Alexey Kudravtsev
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote in message

news:btegl0$3h7$1@is.intellij.net...

Also, I looked in my web based .iml file (which is located at my content
root folder) and I noticed there is no reference to web.xml in there but
there is a reference to weblogic.xml.
I would try to manually put in the reference to web.xml but I am not

sure

where it would go.

>

--Grant

>
>

"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote in message
news:bteggl$2hn$1@is.intellij.net...

I created a new web module and pointed it to my web.xml that defines

all

my

tag libraries. And when I loaded up the module it didn't read the

taglibs

from the web.xml. I am using the weblogic integration..

>

So then I went back into the settings to double check everything. I

selected

that web module and went to the web module tab for the new web-based

module.

I noticed that the web module deployment descriptor path was blank so

I

clicked the ... and found my web.xml, put in a display name, and hit

apply.

Once I hit appy, the path and display name just disappeared. Instead

of

saving my settings, it just deleted it. So now I am still stuck unable

to

resolve any tag libs in JSPs.

>

Anyone else get this to work?

>

Thanks,
Grant

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