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Odd behaviour when using sessions

 
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I'm using iPlanet's "Lite" sessions with sticky balancing on my Win2K desktop development server. For some reason something weird started happening in my JSPs. Here's the code snippet:

The "App" object basicly just holds settings and global object references. When the JSP executes, here's the result:

It chopped off the start of the INPUT tag! What's up with that?
I'm open to ANY ideas to fix this. I have no clue what could be causing this odd behaviour. BTW, I've redployed, restarted, redployed, rebooted, etc. in many combinations to verify it's consistent.
Thanks!
[ March 06, 2002: Message edited by: Gerry Giese ]
 
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Have you searched the iplanet newsgroups? something about this tickles my memory. It's because it's sticking that call-sarnit GX id in there, rewriting the HTML on the fly.

Obviously there is a conflict between whatever is doing that, and the output of your JSP.

Have you tried it with a smaller string on the action tag? The reason I ask that... it's not really necesary to fully specify the action attribute like that, unless of course, you are submitting 'off site'. Take away everything up to and including NASApp, and that will function fine as a form's action attrib.
[ March 05, 2002: Message edited by: Mike Curwen ]
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