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JSP Taglib Parsing Error on J2EE Engine 6.20


i am running a stand-alone version of the SAP J2EE Engine 6.20 on Windows XP. i am trying to deploy an EAR file. in the web application portion (part of the WAR file), i have a custom jsp tag library file. and i made an entry for it in the web.xml deployment descriptor.

all were deployed successfully except the .tld taglib file. i received the following error, which doesn't make much sense. i am attaching the top portion of my .tld file at the end of this posting for your reference.

btw, the same file works fine on weblogic. plus, i grabbed the htmlb.tld file from the sap portal pdk installation. it even received the same parsing error. i am sure the htmlb.tld is properly formed.

is this a known problem? is there a fix or workaround?

thanks for your help.


=============exception received ==================================

com.inqmy.lib.xml.parser.ParserException: XMLParser: No data allowed here (C:SAP_J2EEngine6.20aloneservicesservlet_jspwork

jspTempmycomp oot/WEB-INF/tlds, row:2, col:2)

at com.inqmy.lib.xml.parser.DOMParser.parse(

at com.inqmy.lib.jaxp.DocumentBuilderImpl.parse(

at com.inqmy.lib.xml.StandardDOMParser.parse(

at com.inqmy.lib.xml.StandardDOMParser.parse(





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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2004 at 02:54 PM


    have you submitted an OSS message?

    Did you check for the latest patch of J2EE 6.20?



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    • Former Member kyo choi

      sorry for late response. i haven't come to this forum for a while, been fighting the portal battle lately :-)...

      here is the entry in my web.xml:





      and here is the line in my jsp file referring to the taglib:

      <%@ taglib prefix="v" uri="/tlds" %>

      hope the above helps.

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