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From Charles Sabourdin <zouy...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [HELP] Problem: Win32Tomcat vs. Linux-Tomcat
Date Tue, 22 Aug 2000 18:41:38 GMT
I have 2 proposal, but they might be wrong:
1. does your Right (RWX) are correct for both class
and WorkDir
2. try to edit your page with an Unix editor (the 
--- Martin Fenn <palim@augusta.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I have a little problem with the Tomcat 3.1 version
> for Win32 and 
> Linux - or should I say: between.
> 
> I develop my JSP-Codes and Beans with Win and I test
> the Scripts 
> there, too. Wonderfull, they're running!
> But: even when I put the codes to the production
> machine (a Linux-
> Computer with also a Tomcat 3.1), and click at the
> links (*.jsp-
> Files), I get the following Errormessage:
> 
> Example 1:
> > org.apache.jasper.JasperException: Unable to
> compile class for
> >
>
JSPwork/localhost_8080%2Fcdh/_0002fcdhadmin_0002flogin_0002einc_0002ej
> > splogin_0002einc_jsp_2.java:120: Invalid escape
> character.
> >                
>
JspRuntimeLibrary.introspecthelper(pageContext.findAtt
> >                 ribute("btnlogin"),
> >                
>
"link","javascript:document.anmelden.submit\(\)\;",nul
> >                 l,null, false);
> >                                    ^
> etc.
> Funny: I didn't escaped this code, it's a String!
> Funny two: since 
> when we do escape brackets?
> 
> Example 2 (it seems the same Error):
> > org.apache.jasper.JasperException: Unable to
> compile class for
> >
>
JSPwork/localhost_8080%2Fcdh/_0002fnews_0002fnews_0005finput_0002ejspn
> > ews_0005finput_jsp_1.java:205: Invalid escape
> character.
> >                
>
JspRuntimeLibrary.introspecthelper(pageContext.findAtt
> >                 ribute("btnlogin"),
> >                
>
"link","javascript:document.newinput.submit\(\)",null,
> >                 null, false);
> >                                    ^
> 
> 
> Could someone explain me, what happened, and what I
> have to do 
> against the error?
> 
> Thanks,
>     bye,
>           Martin
> 
> 
> P.S.: here the JSP-Code-Snippet of Example 1 (it is
> references a 
> Bean, which should be ok - under Win32 :-/ ):
> <jsp:useBean id="btnlogin" scope="page" 
> class="cdh.html.FormButton"/>
> <jsp:setProperty name="btnlogin" property="formName"
> 
> value="anmelden"/>
> <jsp:setProperty name="btnlogin" property="button" 
> value="loginbutton"/>
> <jsp:setProperty name="btnlogin" property="toolTip" 
> value="Login"/>
> <jsp:setProperty name="btnlogin" property="link" 
> value="javascript:document.anmelden.submit();"/>
>        
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> <jsp:getProperty name="btnlogin" property="button"/>
> 
> 
> 
>
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> 
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> 
> 
> Martin Fenn
> palim@augusta.de                         
> martin.fenn@student.fh-reutlingen.de
>                                        
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