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From "Shapira, Yoav" <>
Subject RE: JSP won't compile
Date Wed, 01 Sep 2004 16:44:32 GMT

Never mind then, it doesn't seem to be an issue of putting your class in
a package ;)  As to why it doesn't work on OpenVMS -- beats me ;)

Yoav Shapira
Millennium Research Informatics

>-----Original Message-----
>From: news [] On Behalf Of Chuck Chopp
>Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 12:31 PM
>Subject: Re: JSP won't compile
>Shapira, Yoav wrote:
>> This is why you should put your class in a package:
>All of my form and action classes derive from abstract base classes
>ActionForm and Action.  All of my application specific classes are
>  I've verified this.
>The class in question is being automatically generated by Tomcat when
>tries to compile a JSP.  AFAIK, there's nothing that I need to do
>to creating packages for JSPs and none of my JSPs are precompiled.
>When I deploy the exact same webapp to WinXP w/Tomcat v4.1.30 & JDK
>and NetWare v6.5 w/Tomcat v4.1.28 & JDK v1.4.2, the WAR file is
unpacked OK
>at Tomcat startup and all of the JSPs are compiled successfully when
>webapp is accessed for the first time.  However, when I deploy the WAR
>to OpenVMS Alpha v7.3-1 w/Tomcat v4.1.24 & JDK v1.4.2, the "login.jsp"
>fails to be compiled into a Java class.  I can see that
>gets created, but there's no corresponding "login_jsp.class" file and
>makes sense based on the error messages I'm seeing.  The initial page
to be
>accessed in the webapp is the welcome page, which is named "index.jsp"
>it is located in the webapp's "root" folder.  I can see that
>  used to generate "" and that was, in turn, compiled
>"index_jsp.class" w/o any problems.
>I'm still at a loss to explain why this happens on just this one Tomcat
>Chuck Chopp
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