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Bernard Sigmund Gustav
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i can't seem to post a reply for that topic. anyway, this was my problem

i have a standalone application which works just fine.
but when i use the standalone application in my jsp, it generates this error.

what could be wrong?

C:\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\work\Standalone\localhost\web service daw\login_jsp.java:84: cannot resolve symbol
symbol : variable XMLUtils
location: class org.apache.jsp.login_jsp
XMLUtils.ElementToStream((Element) value, System.out);

thanks in advance

at the top of my jsp, i already imported the class needed
and this is how it looks



this works fine in my main as a bean
but generates an error in my jsp
 
marc weber
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It looks like your original thread was moved to the JSP forum. I think that's the best place to continue this discussion.
 
Christophe Verré
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Is the library for this class accessible by the web app ?
I mean, is it in the CLASSPATH ?
Did you put all the necessary libraries in your WEB-INF/lib ?
 
Bernard Sigmund Gustav
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so how do i move this to the jsp forum?

anyway, the bean/class for this is in web-inf/classes, which works just fine.

my jsp is the problem. i have imported a lot of classes but just this xml thing is the problem
 
Layne Lund
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Originally posted by shuini gustav:
so how do i move this to the jsp forum?

Only moderators can move threads to another forum. If you want to continue this discussion with your original thread, then you should be able to post a reply directly to the thread that was already moved to the JSP forum. Otherwise, you might want to start a new thread there.

Layne
 
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