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Exception trown during startup of Tomcat eclipse instance, when trying to run a jsp page on server

 
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Hello, I'm new to JavaEE and JSF. I've made a simple project using Apache 6.0.14 and Java Server Faces 1.2, Then I've added some JSTL libraries (jstl-api-1.2.jar and jstl-impl-1.2.jar). I've made simple JSP page, there are no navigation rules, and no beans. For the first time the page was displayed properly, and a local instance of tomcat in eclipse successfully started without any exception, but after some tests, when tomcat is starting up a following exception is thrown:



What is strange - this class which couldn't be found is present in "Myfaces-impl-1.2.9.jar" which is included to project.
 
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Hi,

I don't know the exact solution for this problem, but if you change the order of exported entries in java build path, you can get rid of this error.
but its a temporary solution.
 
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if you change the order of exported entries in java build path, you can get rid of this error


Nope, this doesn't work for me, or I'm changing the order in wrong way. Could You precise how to change this order please ?
 
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