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Invalid tag found: unexpected input while looking for attr name or '/>'

 
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Hi All,

I am using apach myfaces version 1.1.5 and tomahawk version 1.1.5 in my project with tomcat 6.

On one of my jsp page i am having a text box with value like D:\myfolder\subfolder\ .

When this page is rendering i am getting following warning at console

WARN [http-8080-2] 10-07 16:26:46 Invalid tag found: unexpected input while looking for attr name or '/>' at line 212 (ReducedHTMLParser.java:566)





Is there any way i can get rid of this problem?

Thanks and Regards,
Khush.
 
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I used to get this kind of errors when there are some attribute values in some tages not surrounded by double quotes.
Something like
<table border=1

this should be <table border="1"

I guess this is the case in your end also.

Thanks
Smitha>
 
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