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From "Dustin N. Jenkins" <>
Subject Re: HOWTO: JSP ignore xpath expressions
Date Tue, 14 Feb 2006 16:04:27 GMT
It seems that it's just the continuation that causes the problem.  I 
submit my forms using 
${cocoon.request.getServletPath()}/#{$continuation/id}.kont and the JSP 
was trying to evaluate the continuation/id since the '$' was inside the 
curly brace, a JSP 2.0 specification thing for evaluating xpath 
expressions.  Anyway, 'normal' variables (i.e. ${user.getFirstName()}) 
work fine.


Dustin N. Jenkins wrote:
> I'm using Cocoon 2.1.7.  My JSPs are trying to evaluate my xpath 
> expressions, but I need them to ignore it and just spit it out with 
> the XML output in the end.  Is there a simple way of doing this?
> Many thanks,
> Dustin

Dustin N. Jenkins
Application Developer
AlarmPoint Inc. - Guaranteed Event Resolution
#216 - 852 Fort Street
Victoria, BC V8W 1H8
Tel: (250) 383-4692 <>

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