Wow... now that was weird.
I must have had something messed up in my installation of JBossIDE. When I ran a "Software update->Find and install... ->Search for updates...", JBoss IDE 1.4.1e30 turned up. I know that's what I was running before.
Nevertheless, after taking the update, JSP Compilation now works on my own tags just like it's supposed to!
I wasted many hours of aggrevation when I was simply not up-to-date. Lesson learned.
What is the layout of your WEBROOT folder? More specifically, where did you put your struts.jar? I ended up putting mine into WEBROOT/WEB-INF/lib. Did you have to refer to it anywhere (an xml file or within the project configuration)?
I've had the same problem you had with custom tags. I did try the update suggestion you wrote, but I'm still getting the same problem. One of the error message I'm getting is:
Failed to load or instantiate TagExtraInfo class: org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.CookieTei
What sorts of plug-ins / features do you have? Under features, I've got:
Eclipse Java Development Tools 3.0.2
Eclipse Java Development Tools SDK 3.0.2
Eclipse Platform 3.0.2
Eclipse Platform Plug-in Developer Resources 3.0.2
Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment 3.0.2
Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment Developer Resources 3.0.2
Eclipse Project SDK 3.0.2
Quickmarks Both Styles 3.0.0
I would list my plug-ins but there are a lot (if need be I can type them out). The version listed for all of the JBoss-IDE plug-ins is 1.4.1.e30
Any information (e.g. location of your struts.jar, and any plug-ins / features you have installed) would be appreciated.
how to pre-compile jsp file.
even i activated jsp compilation support
it geneartes EMPTY Folders .
how to configure to compile jsp