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From Dirk Frederickx <>
Subject Re: User Preferences page not working in Mavenized WAR
Date Mon, 29 Apr 2013 15:52:18 GMT

"2) The compressed JS and CSS ..."
>> I would not expect a java exception on a compressed js/css file  , and
certainly not related to the rendering of the JSP.
>> Try turning off the compression to see if the error persists.


On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 4:27 PM, Glen Mazza <> wrote:

> Hi Team, I'll look more into it (hopefully someone else might quickly see
> the error though), but the User Preferences page ("My Prefs" in upper-right
> corner) works with the Ant WAR but not the Maven WAR.  The app returns this
> error with the latter:
> "JSPWiki has detected an error
> Error Message
>     in is null
> Exception
>     java.lang.NullPointerException
> Place where detected
>**), line 100 "
> I'm not getting any additional logging messages from either the JSPWiki
> log or the Tomcat catalina.out log file.  I don't think this page ever
> worked with the Mavenized version, this was just the first time I noticed
> it.  I've done a "diff -r" on the expanded Ant and Maven JSPWiki WARs (as
> well as the underlying JSPWiki JAR), there are very few differences
> reported:
> 1.) Some minor naming differences with very few of the JARs -- Maven has a
> few more JARs than the Ant version, and the same JAR can have a different
> names in some cases between the two WARs, I'll standardize more where I can
> on the JARs next.
> 2.) The compressed JavaScript and CSS files are different (hard to say how
> much) -- the YUICompressor tool version we're using for that is newer in
> Maven and maybe the new compression is causing problems with the JSP
> rendering.
> Another possible issue is that I'm missing some security or user-specific
> configuration in the Maven WAR (which could be why the other pages are
> rendering but not this user-specific one.)
> Regards,
> Glen

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