Gregg Bolinger wrote:Generally, if an object is populated the select tag will display the selected element based on the object's value, if things are mapped correctly. Can you show us a bit of the code to look over?
Bear Bibeault wrote:You should always develop on the same version of Tomcat that you are deploying upon. The different versions support different versions of the Servlets, JSP and JSTL.
That said, let's see if we can find what's up. How are you declaring the web.xml deployment descriptor?
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Sounds like the remote machine is running with a more restrictive SecurityManager than your local machine. Is that maybe a machine that came pre-configured at a hosting provider?
Ulf Dittmer wrote:8MB of disk space is not worth thinking about for even one minute (so unless you have 100000 instances...).
Memory consumption is something to think about, but Stripes is fairly small, and so probably not worthy of optimizations in this regard. That said, the cos.jar and commons-logging.jar libraries can probably go into the common directory without problems.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Seriously, you shouldn't do that. What if some other web app needs to use a different version of any of these libraries? What was wrong with keeping the Stripes jar in WEB-INF/lib to begin with?