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I am involved in supervising a JavaServer-Pages-Application. Everything worked out perfectly since about 2 years, but now we suddenly get the following error message when our jsp-files are being compiled :
'code too large for try statement'
I've read somewhere, that actually there is a limit of 64K for such a try-code-segment, but however - is there an opportunity of increasing this limit up to a higher boundary ? Maybe some configuration-parameter within the compiler or something like that ?
I do agree that this jsp file with 1500 lines inside a try block is totally against the norms ... Just to complete the discussion, this problem arises on WL 8.1 SP3. It seems to be working fine with SP1 and SP2.