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From Trent Adams <>
Subject cannot resolve symbol
Date Wed, 22 Aug 2007 17:35:05 GMT

This is just an FYI for other people that might have the same problem.

I'm getting the following error...
Unable to compile class for JSP Generated servlet error: /usr/share/tomcat5/
cannot resolve symbol symbol : method setValue (boolean) location: class org.apache.taglibs.standard.tag.rt.core.SetTag
_jspx_th_c_set_8.setValue(catalog.isCourseMaterialsAvailable(student.getStudentPIDM(), curCourse.getTermCode(),
curCourse.getSubjectCode(), curCourse.getCourseNumber(), curCourse.getDeliveryMode(), curCourse.getCRN()));

This works under tomcat5 on my machine, but when I copy it to one of our test servers, it
fails with the error above.

It is happening on the following code...
  <c:set var="areMaterialsAvailable"
         value="<%=catalog.isCourseMaterialsAvailable(student.getStudentPIDM(), curCourse.getTermCode(),
curCourse.getSubjectCode(), curCourse.getCourseNumber(), curCourse.getDeliveryMode(), curCourse.getCRN())%>"/>

iscourseMaterialsAvailable() returns a native boolean data type.

This was an auto-boxing issue.  On my machine, I have tomcat5 running with java 1.5, but the
test server is running 1.4.

Ooops. :)

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