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From "Tom Cole" <tc...@lamatek.com>
Subject Re: repost: JSP Compile Fails
Date Wed, 02 Jul 2003 13:44:38 GMT
Spaces in your install path for Tomcat will cause ANT to fail.
 You should reinstall with a new path that does not include spaces.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan McMinn" <updates@soft-trac.com>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2003 9:41 AM
Subject: repost: JSP Compile Fails


I recently upgraded to tomcat 4.1.24 from 4.1.18.  After performing this
upgrade, whenever I try to deploy a new version of a JSP page on the server,
the compile fails.  I have tracked this down to this bit of the stack trace:

Caused by: java.io.IOException: CreateProcess: javac.exe -classpath
D:\Tomcat418\bin\bootstrap.jar;D:\Tomcat418\webapps\wwxchange\WEB-INF\lib\Li
nearBarCode.jar;D:\Tomcat418\webapps\wwxchange\WEB-INF\lib\WWXchange.jar;D:\
Tomcat418\shared\classes;D:\Tomcat418\common\classes;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib
\activation.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\ant.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\comm
ons-collections.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\commons-dbcp.jar;D:\Tomcat418\co
mmon\lib\commons-httpclient-2.0-beta1.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\commons-lo
gging-api.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\commons-logging.jar;D:\Tomcat418\commo
n\lib\commons-pool.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\Commons.jar;D:\Tomcat418\comm
on\lib\EJOB.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\ftpbean.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\
jakarta-poi-1.10.0-dev-20030222.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\jasper-compiler.
jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\jasper-runtime.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\mail.
jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\mm.mysql-2.0.14-bin.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\
naming-common.jar;D:\Tomcat418\common\lib\naming-factory.jar;D:\Tomcat418\co
?

It seems like ant is truncating the classpath.  Does this need to be posted
to the ant mailing list?  If not, the only workaround I can find is to
unpack jars to the common/classes directory, thus shortening the classpath.
Does anybody know a "cleaner" way to handle this?

--Nathan McMinn



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