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From "Andrew Braae" <>
Subject Re: ajax response from tomcat by including JSP from a servlet - fails silently when HTML is badly formed.
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2006 00:09:56 GMT
 Thank you to Mladen and to everyone else who helped, this problem is not
a problem at all. Yes, very embarrassing but I have just found using
Fiddler that the response was coming back fine, there is nothing wrong
at the Tomcat end, and it is just that rico does not like badly formed
HTML. One of those cases where the trees are completely obscured by the
woods. THank you all again.

On 6/4/06, Mladen Adamovic <> wrote:
> Andrew Braae wrote:
> > However if the JSP that produces the HTML content produces anything less
> > than perfectly-formed HTML, then the response fails - worse still, it
> > fails
> > silently, with no output to the tomcat log files.
> You can generate malformed HTML from JSP pages and it is OK, so I assume
> your problem is in rico or ajax related stuff. I think your problem is
> on the client side - client doesn't know to handle imperfectly formed
> HTML in ajax response.
> I had JSP which had errors and warnings  in HTML validator  :) But no
> problem in Tomcat with that :).
> Are you sure the problem is in Tomcat?
> --
> Mladen Adamovic
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