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i18n - not recognised in WAS 6.0

 
Ponraj Ram
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Hi all,
I have a web application. It was working fine with all web/app servers. When migrated from Websphere 5 to 6.0, the line below is not recognized by the WAS6.0.



The line i used in the page is:



WAS 6.0 is giving the compilation error as

cannot resolve symbol
symbol : variable message

Is there any restriction in using i18n in WAS 6.0.

p.s:
The code working fine in versions before WAS 6.0

need help urgent.

Thanks
Ponraj Ramasubbu
HCL Tech.
 
Scott Selikoff
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Is this a build-time problem or run-time problem?

If this is a JSP (which it sounds like it is) turn off JSP validation under preferences to make your code compile properly.
 
Ponraj Ram
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I have enabled pre-compile JSP pages option in WebSphere 6.0 and deployed
my application. Its Compilation error.
 
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I'd have to go with turning off JSP validation, since JSPs are compiled on the server, not the IDE. WSAD/RAD can be finicky about JSP formatting. Just verify that after you deploy the application the JSP can compile/run properly from the server.
 
kannagiri rosei
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even i have same problem in Axis we have i18.Jsp file is there

when i deploy in WSADIE it gives error.am trying to deploy Axis default web app into WAS5.1 and (integrated server in WSADIE it gives error).


please how to solve this tell me.
 
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