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jsp:useBean question

Steven Colley
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for instance, if we have this:

<jsp:useBean nameBean="X" class="Y" />

is it supposed to be a compile OR runtime error?

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Roy Simon
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hi,
this looks like a syntax error and hence i think it should be a compile time error. Please correct me if i am wrong
Regards
Simon
Steven Colley
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Hi Roy,

Actually it�s a "translation time error" i gues!

The container gets this error at translation phase, and the ".class(servlet)" is not generate.

Please folks, does this sentence make sense?

" **Every request-time** expression has a **translation time error** regarding sintax errors???**"


Tks.
Steven Colley
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please...anyone?
Rodrigo Alvarez
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Hi,

I guess if there are not at least a class and a id parameter in the <jsp:usebean >, the container is not able to translate the tag into the Servlet code that declares and possibly defines the corresponding javabean: they are the required info defining the class and name of the object => translation error sounds logical in that case.

do you also get an error when you specify id, class and an illegal stuff like beanName ?

(yeah, I could try it myself, but it's midnight here...)


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Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

It is translation time error. The container validates all action elements at the translation time for the required attributes and syntax.

Thanks


Narendra Dhande
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