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From David Smith <d...@cornell.edu>
Subject Re: JSTL forEach acting funny
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2004 13:12:39 GMT
As I understand it, you need to make sure Tomcat knows you want the 2.4 
spec as opposed to the 2.3 spec to use JSTL semantics like ${}.  What 
does your web.xml file show at the top?  Does it use the 2.4 schema?

--David

sbeam wrote:

>On Thursday 02 December 2004 07:39 am, Allistair Crossley wrote:
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>>for a question on forEach I would expect you to have copied in the 
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>forEach part ;) i am surprised if you are seeing the actual dollar 
>signs and braces as tomcat should be picking those up as expression 
>language. is there any errors in stdout? also, which scope are you 
>placing your results into and how are you placing those results there, 
>i.e what is row? what value are you suppluing items in forEach ...
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>>etc.. more info people!
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>Well its exactly like on the HOWTO page I linked to, you can see the 
>whole thing there, including what my web.xml and server.xml files look 
>like since I followed this by letter.
>
>Actually I just found that passing a nonexistent collection token to 
>forEach results in the same thing - it doesn't loop, and it doesn't 
>error, and just outputs everything between the 
><c:forEach>...</c:forEach> tags as if nothing happened. To wit:
>
><c:forEach var="foo" items="${thisIsANonExistentCollection}">
>    foo is ${foo}<br/>
></c:forEach>
>
>just gives me:
>
>foo is ${foo}
>
>in the browser. Of course this behavior differs from every reasonable 
>expectation of what a foreach type construct should do. So is there 
>some misconfiguration?
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