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From "Oliver Jonas" <>
Subject RE: JSP's and J2SDK1.4 assert statement
Date Fri, 25 Oct 2002 21:21:08 GMT
RE: JSP's and J2SDK1.4 assert statementMade asserts work by modifying the
Jasper source as Craig suggested.

For those of you interested I put the source/bin in a zip at:

All source changes are indicated. Source used for modifications is from the
Tomcat 4.1.12 version. README-1.4.txt explains what to set up in web.xml
(basically there's a new servlet attribute that defines the source

Unfortunate that you can't do this without patching your Tomcat
installation.... maybe support for this could go into 4.1.13?

  -----Original Message-----
  From: Craig R. McClanahan []
  Sent: 25 October 2002 21:21
  To: Oliver Jonas
  Cc: Tomcat Users List
  Subject: RE: JSP's and J2SDK1.4 assert statement

  On Fri, 25 Oct 2002, Oliver Jonas wrote:

  > Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 19:28:34 +0200
  > From: Oliver Jonas <>
  > To: Tomcat Users List <>
  > Cc:
  > Subject: RE: JSP's and J2SDK1.4 assert statement
  > Hi Craig,
  > I also tried CATALINA_OPTS... same thing happens. Thinking about it
  > 1.4" isn't actually a valid option for "java", only for "javac". (Maybe
  > that's why it fails because it starts fine if I only put
  > in JAVA_OPTS.
  > So I guess I need to tell Jasper to use the option "-source 1.4".
  > Any ideas how to?

  Nope ... you'd have to modify Jasper sources to do this.

  > Thanks,
  > Oliver.
  > PS: Using JSP's only for HTML presentation... but would still like to
  > asserts to make sure values returned by the underlying Java API are


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