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does anyone know why this occurs? All I am doing is printing a string using out.println() in a jsp page
 
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Hi,

Not sure on this one but can you give more info on why are you doing it there ? I assume your talking about JSP Tag, right? you should verify but it makes sense that you cannot access the buffer in the release function.

doEndTag() method should be the last step before Servlet container release the buffer.
the release() method should free up ressources only.
Reply me with more info if you want. I`ll take a look. thk !
 
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Hi,
Nope.....my bad...it was a very simple task...all i was doing was printing a string into the output stream. But my string started with a <![CDATA...and this was'nt accepted.

all i was doin was:
<%
String abe = request.getParameter("xyz");
out.println(abe);
%>
 
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