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Difference between WAS 6.0 and its previous versions

 
Ponraj Ram
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Hi,
I m struggled to migrate web application from
WAS(Websphere App Server) 5.0 to 6.0.

Can anybody help !!!.

Thanks in advance
Ponraj R
HCL Tech
 
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What's wrong?
 
Ponraj Ram
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Hi,
1. I have used a user defined tag in one jsp file.

2. For using that tag i need to declare a prefix, using
"taglib" directive.

3. I declared that prefix in a common jsp fragment file and
included this common fragment file in the source jsp using
"include" directive.

This was worked well with all web/app servers except
Websphere 6.0.

4. But if i declare the prefix in the same source file,
its working fine.


Code for Reference(Not working)

common.jspf




source.jsp
<%@ include file="common.jspf"%>
<template ut name='title' content='<%=title%>' direct='true'/>


Code for Reference(Working code)



Problem:
Websphere AppServer, Not recognizing the prefix that is declared
in another file, included in the current file. Is there solution..
or we need to declare prefix in all files where we used that prefix??

Reply soon plz..

Thanks
Ponraj
HCL Tech
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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