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could not recognize war WEB-INF/lib jar

 
vijaykumar gandra
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I have created a simple jsp file where i am using simple jstl tags like cut and c:if.
I am using jstl 1.0 so i deployed jstl 1.0 & standard jar files into my WEB-INF/lib. It run @ JDeveloper and Tomcat 5/6/7
But when i deployed at Weblogic ts saying a class Not Found exception javax\servlet\jsp\jstl\core\ConditionalTagSupport.class.

Do weblogic is looking for this class at somewhere else..
 
sudipto shekhar
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Hi Vijaykumar,

Welcome to JavaRanch !!

Well, just taking a that ClassNotFoundException is due to the same jar, try putting the jar in the classpath and see if you still get the same exception !

You can get better answers if you post the complete stack trace for us !

Tell me if the answer helps you....
 
Ramakanta Sahoo
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vijaykumar gandra wrote:I have created a simple jsp file where i am using simple jstl tags like cut and c:if.
I am using jstl 1.0 so i deployed jstl 1.0 & standard jar files into my WEB-INF/lib. It run @ JDeveloper and Tomcat 5/6/7
But when i deployed at Weblogic ts saying a class Not Found exception javax\servlet\jsp\jstl\core\ConditionalTagSupport.class.

Do weblogic is looking for this class at somewhere else..



put the jstl1.0 jar in WLDOMAIN/lib directory and bounce the server and deploy.
 
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