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Error 500 from struts-el tags

Aaron Wilt
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I don't know if this is a problem with my IDE or what... I'm using WSSD 5.1.2 with Tomcat 4.1 and I'm trying to create a very simple page using struts-el tags.

I have the struts-el.jar, struts.jar, standard.jar, and jstl.jar in my buildpath.

Here's the very simple code that bombs out. It's not compiling because when I look in the cache in the Tomcat directory, there's no related .class file to this jsp.

Here's the code. I don't know what else to check. I'm accessing this page directly.

If I take out the <html:button> tag, it works fine. It seems to bomb anytime I access tags-html-el.



Thanks for the help.

Edit: The exact error I get in my console is:

"ERROR - An HTTP 500 (Internal Server Error) error occurred when the user attempted to access paul.jsp."


Aaron
[ June 09, 2005: Message edited by: Aaron Wilt ]
Ben Souther
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Aron,
There is a Struts specific forum on this site.
You'll find a lot more Struts Gurus there..


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Merrill Higginson
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Is the struts-el.jar file and it's associated jar files in the WEB-INF/lib directory in your WAR file?

Putting jar files in your build path makes it so they compile in WSAD, bit this does not make them available at run time. The jar files have to be in the proper location in the WAR file in order for the code to work when it is deployed.


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Aaron Wilt
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Thanks for the reply.

Yes, all of the struts jars are in my Web-Inf/lib directory.

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