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i18n - not recognised in WAS 6.0

 
Ponraj Ram
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Hi all,
I have a web application. It was working fine with all web/app servers. When migrated from Websphere 5 to 6.0, the line below is not recognized by the WAS6.0.



The line i used in the page is:



WAS 6.0 is giving the compilation error as

cannot resolve symbol
symbol : variable message

Is there any restriction in using i18n in WAS 6.0.

p.s:
The code working fine in versions before WAS 6.0

need help urgent.

Thanks
Ponraj Ramasubbu
HCL Tech.
 
Scott Selikoff
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Is this a build-time problem or run-time problem?

If this is a JSP (which it sounds like it is) turn off JSP validation under preferences to make your code compile properly.
 
Ponraj Ram
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I have enabled pre-compile JSP pages option in WebSphere 6.0 and deployed
my application. Its Compilation error.
 
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I'd have to go with turning off JSP validation, since JSPs are compiled on the server, not the IDE. WSAD/RAD can be finicky about JSP formatting. Just verify that after you deploy the application the JSP can compile/run properly from the server.
 
kannagiri rosei
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even i have same problem in Axis we have i18.Jsp file is there

when i deploy in WSADIE it gives error.am trying to deploy Axis default web app into WAS5.1 and (integrated server in WSADIE it gives error).


please how to solve this tell me.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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