2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 22, 2010 6:43 PM by Raymundo Pedroza

    Problem in a WAR aplication

    Raymundo Pedroza Newbie

      Hello everybody Im not sure is it the rigth forum but i need some help with this topic, i have some war aplication unde JBOSS-5. 1.0.GA unde redhat system, I´m very confused because the aplication is crashing on a really simple page is a request.GetParameter("txtFecha"), the same aplication is running under the tomcat deploy directory and dont have problem, any body have an idea off that...., i put the extract off the system.log

       

      Thanks in advance

       

      Raymundo

        • 1. Re: Problem in a WAR aplication
          Wolfgang Knauf Master

          "Hi,

           

          could you translate the error message to a language which is more familiar to me ;-)? It seems to be a JSP compilation error.

           

          Post the code of the JSP which causes this error ("/SAT/autorizaFolioEtiquetadoras_do.jsp"`)?

           

          Best regards

           

          Wolfgang

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          • 2. Re: Problem in a WAR aplication
            Raymundo Pedroza Newbie

            Hi we found the problem, that was in the code of the jsp file

             

            The tomcat runs fine with the double quotation in the value section of the fechaFolio:

             

            <jsp:forward page="autorizaFoliosEtiquetadoras_correo.jsp" >
               
               <jsp:param name="fechaFolio"
            value="<%=request.getParameter("txtFecha")%>" />  
             

              </jsp:forward>

            We change for single quote

             

            <jsp:forward page="autorizaFoliosEtiquetadoras_correo.jsp" >
                
               <jsp:param name="fechaFolio"
            value='<%=request.getParameter("txtFecha")%>' />  
             

              </jsp:forward>

            and that run without problems, the question for me is why the tomcat works okay with that syntaxis.

             

            Thank you very much