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JspRuntimeLibrary Problem

Gregg Bolinger
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I am using Eclipse 2.1.1 with Lomboz211. I have a JSP file that looks like(minus all the misc html crap):

jsp:useBean id="addReferenceBean" class="com.gthought.reference.beans.AddReferenceBean" scope="request"/
jsp:getProperty name="addReferenceBean" property="type"/
(I had to leave out the greater than less than signs because UBB was converting them to HTML in the page and so nothing was visible)
And on the line of jsp:getProperty... when I save the file and Eclipse compiles the JSP, I am getting the following error message:
JspRuntimeLibrary cannot be resolved.
Does anyone know what this means and if it even has anything to do with Eclipse/Lomboz, or if I am having a JSP problem?
Thanks.


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Matthew Phillips
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I'm having the same problem on a page using the jsp:include tag. It appears to be a Lomboz problem because the page renders the way I expect it to.


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Gregg Bolinger
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Thanks Matt.
Gregg Bolinger
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I wonder if this is a common problem. I have spent some time looking for a similar error on Google and can't find anything even close. It's just annoying to look at the console and see an error and not be able to do anything about it.
Norman Snyder
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I solved the problem by going into the project properties within Eclipse, and adding jasper-compiler.jar and jasper-runtime.jar. If you don't have these jars, they come along with the Tomcat downloads.


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