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Code too larger for the try block in Jsp

sarma kiran
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Joined: Jul 17, 2008
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Hi,

When i deploy the code in WAS server and when i run the application am getting code too large for the try statement.
Please provide me your valuable solutions.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Kiran
Bear Bibeault
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The ultimate solution is to bring your JSP pages up to modern standards by removing all Java code from the pages. Java code in pages (scriptlets) have been discredited for over 8 years now -- time to catch up.

Your web application should be structured such that all Java code executes in servlets and beans, and JSPs utilize JSTL and EL in place of antiquated scriptlets.


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David Newton
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It could also be caused by too many static includes. Solutions include using dynamic includes.
 
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