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From "Agarwal, Manish" <Manish.Agarwal....@sabre.com>
Subject jellt tag, problems with comparision operator
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:34:48 GMT
HI!

I am writing piece of script :

	<j:set var="k" value="0"/>
	<j:set var="m" value="10"/>

	<j:while test="${k &lt; m}">
		<log:info>Print the value of k :${k}:</log:info>
		<j:set var="k" value="${k+1}"/>
	</j:while>

This doesn't work, it throws exception:
    [junit] Caught exception evaluating: org.apache.commons.jexl.ExpressionImpl@
5f8172. Reason: java.lang.Exception: Invalid comparison : LT
    [junit] java.lang.Exception: Invalid comparison : LT

On the other hand a comparision like ${2 &lt; 3} works. It seems like using variables
with jexl gives problem in case of &lt; operator.


Has anyone faced this yet?

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