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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8926] - Duplicate variable definition in generated Java source, related to custom tag scripting variable
Date Sat, 08 Jun 2002 01:59:42 GMT
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Duplicate variable definition in generated Java source, related to custom tag scripting variable





------- Additional Comments From pgordon@fourthchannel.com  2002-06-08 01:59 -------
This is the same bug that I just posted (9699).  I believe, I see that the 
do...while() loop containing "currentValue" also contains another 
do...while() loop with "currentValue" defined--although the code is a little 
hard to follow in this browser window.  This is improper java syntax.  It is a 
problem with self nested tags.  You can duplicate this example using the 
simple tag example FooTag, foo.jsp that installs with jakarta by nesting a 
<eg:foo> tag within the existing <eg:foo> tag.  See the other bug (9699) for 
a little more detail.  This is critical for us, it blocks development on 
Tomcat.  We are trying to port our application to Tomcat from Weblogic 6.  
By the way--this bugzilla thing is pretty cool, just used it for the first time 
today--and it sure beats Rational clearquest.

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