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From "Geesken, Edmund" <Edmund.Gees...@drkw.com>
Subject Different generation of JSTL sql:query
Date Mon, 05 Jul 2004 16:35:39 GMT
Hi,
I have some problems with the JSTL taglibrary 1.1. Some of my JSPs which are
using the sql:query tag are generated in a different way. For some of them
the generation of the sql:query tag is directly included
into the service method body of the JSP and for others a separate method is
generated and called from within the service method. This would make no
difference if the different generations would react the same way. But for
these JSPs where the sql:query tag is generated directly into the service
method body an exception during the excecution just interupts the execution
of the JSP, the exception is written into the server system.out, the JPS is
displayed with no information about the exception. For the JSPs where the
sql:query tag is separated into a private method, an exception in this
methods leads to an exception which is displayed on the screen, which is
definitly what i expected.
Is there a way to change the way the JSPs are generated? Can anyone explain
me why these JSPs are generated in two different ways?
 
Regards
Edmund
 
Environment
JBoss 3.2.3
JDK 1.4.2
JSTL 1.1
Struts 1.1


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