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From Timothy Kettering <>
Subject Re: forEach Problem
Date Tue, 21 Jan 2003 12:06:08 GMT
Yes, I was the person who started that thread a while ago, and it was 
indeed a bug with Resin's implementation of JSTL, but when I filed a 
bug report with Caucho, it was closed a few days later with a "could 
not replicate bug with current source".

Meaning they either fixed it, or its still there and it got past them.. 
I'm not sure.  I have not worked on that project which the bug 
originated in a while lately, so I havent tested it against Resin 2.1.6 
- (which came out after the bug was closed, so I'm assuming would have 
the fix in).

Are you using resin?  If you're still having the bug, I can drag my 
code out of the archives and test my implementation as well.


On Tuesday, January 21, 2003, at 01:46 AM, Shawn Bayern wrote:

> On Mon, 20 Jan 2003, Bob Kenyon wrote:
>>> Yes, but if I add 1 to de end it didn't iter only once it iter 
>>> twice, and to
>>> <option> tag apperar.
>>> I don't have any problem when I have different values for the begin 
>>> and end
>>> attribute, but I do have when the values are the same and if I add 1 
>>> to the
>>> end it's not what I need.
>>> I have to display begin year and end year and sometimes this 
>>> variables are
>>> differents but sometimes they have equals values.
>>> Another suggestion?
>> I vaguely remember a thread which suggested that this was a bug with a
>> particular implementation of JSTL. Are you using Tomcat?
> If I remember right, I think the bug was with Resin's implementation of
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> Shawn Bayern
> "JSTL in Action"
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