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Appears to work for me.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brad wrote:

Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026

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Norris Shelton wrote:

Appears to work for me.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brad wrote:

>> Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026
Are yours in libraries?

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The classes are, but the .tld files are separate (old way).

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brad wrote:

Norris Shelton wrote:

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>> Appears to work for me.
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>> Norris Shelton
>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>> Brad wrote:
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>>> Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026
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Are yours in libraries?

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hmm. And you have an entry in the web.xml to point to the actual tld?

Norris Shelton wrote:

The classes are, but the .tld files are separate (old way).

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brad wrote:

>> Norris Shelton wrote:
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>>> Appears to work for me.
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>>> Norris Shelton
>>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>>> Brad wrote:
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>>>> Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026
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>> Are yours in libraries?

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Let me clarify.

web.xml:
http://www.appriss.com/customtags/webappsecurity /WEB-INF/lib/webappsecurity.jar ]]>

*.jsp:
<%@ taglib prefix="webappsecurity"
uri="http://www.appriss.com/customtags/webappsecurity" %>

The .jar contains the classes and a MANIFEST.MF and a taglib.tld in
inside the .jar under META-INF\

In another project, I have the following in my web.xml:
http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core /WEB-INF/tld/c.tld ]]>

.jsp:
<%@ taglib prefix="c" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" %>

with the library under WEB-INF/lib


Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Brad wrote:

hmm. And you have an entry in the web.xml to point to the actual tld?

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Norris Shelton wrote:

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>> The classes are, but the .tld files are separate (old way).
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>> Norris Shelton
>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>> Brad wrote:
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>>> Norris Shelton wrote:
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>>>> Appears to work for me.
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>>>> Norris Shelton
>>>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>>>> Brad wrote:
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>>>>> Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in
>>>>> 2026
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>>> Are yours in libraries?
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Doesn't work here either, my tlds are separate, and added to the relative path, AND my libs are added to the project AND deployed to the exploded dir.

No such luck.

R

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Found my problem. My tld's encoding was set to ISO-8859-1. I changed it
to UTF-8 and all is well.

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Doesn't work here either, my tlds are separate, and added to the relative path, AND my libs are added to the project AND deployed to the exploded dir.

No such luck.

R

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I'd still consider this a bug.

R

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Agreed. Did you file it?

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I'd still consider this a bug.

R

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Actually, that doesn't appear to be the solution/work around. It's not
working again.

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I'd still consider this a bug.

R

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Never mind, I filed it. Also, the workaround I suggested earlier isn't
the only thing needed to fix it. I'm not exactly sure what combination
of things fixed it.

Brad wrote:

Agreed. Did you file it?

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>> I'd still consider this a bug.
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>> R

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No, you can reproduce it, I can't :)

R

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Are you saying your taglibs are being resolved now? Or you just can't
reproduce my 'workaround'? Just wondering if you found a fix because
mine aren't working again and I wasted half the morning trying to fix it
and it's driving me f***ing nuts!

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

No, you can reproduce it, I can't :)

R

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I already told Brad this over IM. So here is how you get things to work. This is really buggy, and a pain in the butt to trouble shoot.

the problem is that:
1- You have to create a new project
2- After you create the new project and setup the directories click apply

this will create it

but

it's corrupted or something

so what I do is I create a run/debug instance for Tomcat

if you do that, you will notice that the module shows up in red under J2EE

so what I do is go back into the path

fake a change

make it resave

and all is well after that

it's really screwed up... I'm sure they're working on it.

Also as a final note, if you have a JSP open, and the taglibs are fixed, they STILL show up in red. That caching problem is back JB folks!

R

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fck,fck,fck,fck,fck,fck,fck,fck,f*ck
I just spent an hour recreating my project and trying to get this piece
of crap to work to no avail.

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I already told Brad this over IM. So here is how you get things to work. This is really buggy, and a pain in the butt to trouble shoot.

the problem is that:
1- You have to create a new project
2- After you create the new project and setup the directories click apply

this will create it

but

it's corrupted or something

so what I do is I create a run/debug instance for Tomcat

if you do that, you will notice that the module shows up in red under J2EE

so what I do is go back into the path

fake a change

make it resave

and all is well after that

it's really screwed up... I'm sure they're working on it.

Also as a final note, if you have a JSP open, and the taglibs are fixed, they STILL show up in red. That caching problem is back JB folks!

R

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Okay, I don't know what you did between 2026 and 2051 but it broke
taglib resolution for me. Put it back please!!

Brad wrote:

Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026

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Still broken in 2072!

Brad wrote:

Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026

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Oh, here's the bug I filed:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=33481

Brad wrote:

Still broken in 2072!

Brad wrote:

>> Anyone else seeing this? Mine is defined in web.xml. It worked in 2026

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