Younas Aamir

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Sam
try to remove this line from your /WEB-INF/classes/listEvents.tld file

<!DOCTYPE taglib PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD JSP Tag
Library 1.2//EN"
"http://java.sun.com/dtd/web-jsptaglibrary_1_2.dtd">
It was bug in JRun 3.0 and was fixed in JRun 3.1
22 years ago
JSP
First only the default jsp tag will be called, second you can't call your jsp custom
tags with <jsp:
22 years ago
JSP
Sam
I was supposing that you are using Tomcat. The error shows that you are using JRun, for JRun 3.1 your first setting is quite good. Would you please like to tell me which JRun you are using?
[ May 22, 2002: Message edited by: Younas Aamir ]
22 years ago
JSP
Sam
Try with following:
First replace
<tagclass>
EventHandler
</tagclass>
with
<tag-class>
EventHandler
</tag-class>

second create a folder \WEB-INF\classes\test and put
package test;
on top of your EventHandler.java
recompile and replace
<tag-class>
EventHandler
</tag-class>
with
<tag-class>
test.EventHandler
</tag-class>
Hoping this will help you.
22 years ago
JSP
Jessica
I have fixed. Thank you.
22 years ago
JSP
Hi
For ColdFusion 5.0 settings:
just fill the following fields:

Java Virtual Machine Path:
C:\Program Files\JavaSoft\JRE\1.3.1\bin\hotspot
or the path of your jvm.dll
Class Path:
C:\CFUSION\Java\classes (if you are developing your java classes in C:\CFUSION\Java\classes folder or give your own path
CFX Jar Path:
C:\CFUSION\Java\classes
or you can give your path of cfx.jar

Dynamic Class Load Path:
C:\CFUSION\Java\classes
or/and give the path of other .jar files you are using with your java classes or path with ;

You can view a code example also at
http://www.pakistanchristianvoice.net/aamir/file1.cfm
Hoping this will help you