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Brad wrote:

Opening a project with jsps results in infinite exceptions.


Working with a project that contains both a java module and a web module
that has multiple jsp files.

I'm not seeing this problem with build 2178.

- Tim

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Have you actually opened a jsp? Do you have custom taglibs? It seems to have
something to do with custom taglibs.

"Tim Haley" <ymaraner@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Brad wrote:

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Opening a project with jsps results in infinite exceptions.

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Working with a project that contains both a java module and a web module
that has multiple jsp files.

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I'm not seeing this problem with build 2178.

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- Tim



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nothing that sort here,
but haven't made a single compile or run yet,
just some refactoring work and so far so good.

but i have this problem,
i have tow source and each one's package namings are different i'm unable to copy and past a package to another source root,
it doesn't complain does not say anything,
i have to understand on my own that i'm doing something wrong.
didn't try this in earlier versions-
please don't ask me why i'm doing this i just have to.

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Definitely custom taglibs. If I open a jsp with custom tags I get infinite
exceptions. If I open one without custom tags, no problem. Still unusable:(

"Tim Haley" <ymaraner@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Brad wrote:

>

Opening a project with jsps results in infinite exceptions.

>
>

>

Working with a project that contains both a java module and a web module
that has multiple jsp files.

>

I'm not seeing this problem with build 2178.

>

- Tim



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just to add to that,
the same thing if i try to do with individual classes i'm able to do it, just not the whole package.
why not?
if i can copy and paste a class from one package to another source in another module why not the whole package?

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I guess it depends on a project. I have two, both with java and web modules (one of each). One project is fine and another one throws this exception on ANY jsp opened. One difference I've notice: bad one has @include on all jsps.

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Yes, you right - it's custom taglibs on a page, not @include which is causing the problem 8-(

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Brad wrote:

Have you actually opened a jsp? Do you have custom taglibs? It seems to have
something to do with custom taglibs.

"Tim Haley" <ymaraner@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>>Brad wrote:
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>>>Opening a project with jsps results in infinite exceptions.
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>>Working with a project that contains both a java module and a web module
>>that has multiple jsp files.
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>>I'm not seeing this problem with build 2178.
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>>- Tim



Yes, I am editing both JSP's and Java files, compiling and running my
web app.

My JSP pages do have custom taglibs. I don't use the deployment
descriptor to specify my taglib location, I reference the location
directly in the taglib declaration. That may make a difference.

- Tim

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To add one more experience... I've been using 2178 all morning on a project with a java module & web module - I have had no issues.

I have dozens of JSP's, all of which use TagLibs - both 3rd party and some ones I am currently actively developing. All my TagLibs are defined in the in the deployment descriptor with a <taglib-uri> matching the <%@ taglib %> tag. All taglib's have their TLD's defined as an IDEA External Resource (since my src directory does not follow standard Web App hierarchy). I have not done any direct compiles using IDEA; all builds have been done using Ant in IDEA.

This is on a Windows XP machine.

I'm not sure if that helps to clarify things, or further muddies the water.

Has this bug been submitted to tracker?

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