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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11891] - JspC does not work for webapps
Date Wed, 21 Aug 2002 16:24:01 GMT
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JspC does not work for webapps





------- Additional Comments From gregw@mortbay.org  2002-08-21 16:24 -------

Just another note on the packages.  While having two different classes
called org.apache.jsp.Hello_jsp may be OK in tomcat, it certainly is not
OK in Jetty

When I compile the two different classes I end up with two different 
org/apache/jsp/Hello_jsp.class files.    I have no where to put these
so that they can be loaded.   I normally moved the compiled class files
to WEB-INF/classes - but I can't if both classes are named the same thing.

So I can't even get to the stage of running this, as I know I have nowhere to
put the two classes.

Are you really really sure that you are running the precompile version and not
just compiling on the fly.  Can you remove the jsp files from your webapp and
still see different content for both the Hello files?

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