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Geting Errors while Loading the Server

 
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Hi Friends Please help me last 5 Days i am not able to solve.

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Please help me out friends

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Hi,

could you pls provide more information. Like: What are you trying to do on your page? How does the problem get triggered? API, weblogic vertion, etc.

My first impression is that you're using some taglib on jsp page that has a mandatory attribute or nested tag that you didn't use.
 
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thanks for responding friend
yes we are using tag libs and also attributes and nested tags

but thing is we are getting this error in our log file
when we are starting up our servers that is at loading time.

what i did is put the jar file called jaxen-1.1.1.jar

but it is no use and again i have try to change the DOCTYPE in .tld file . to newer versions

but that also is really went to vain..

we are using weblogic 9.1 before we used weblogic 8.1
 
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