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JSPWiki is developed and run on Tomcat 3.2 and above Servlet Container. For various reasons, someone might want to use alternative Java implementations. Please list your experiences here.


Please list your experiences here.

Bea WebLogic#

Tag Error with 5.1, 6.1, and possibly others:

weblogic.servlet.jsp.JspException: (line 5): Error in using tag library uri='/WEB-INF/jspwiki.tld'
prefix='wiki': The Tag class 'com.ecyrd.jspwiki.tags.AttachmentsIteratorTag' has no setter method
corresponding to TLD declared attribute 'page', (JSP 1.1 spec, 5.4.1)

To fix add the setPage and getPage methods to com.ecyrd.jspwiki.tags.IteratorTag, which is the parent file, from one of the other tag source files like

Actually, the problem was that the attribute "page" in jspwiki.tld was extraneous (a cut-n-paste error). Fixed in 2.0.33.

-- JanneJalkanen

Sorry, but I'm still noticing this problem in 2.0.36 with AttachmentsIteratorTag, and also SearchResultIteratorTag, HistoryIteratorTag classes.

-- JeffPhillips

I must've been eating the wrong kind of mushrooms or something. It seems to be fixed in 2.1.x, but not in 2.0.x. The fix is really now in 2.0.41. I checked. Many times. A third release of the stable branch will be forthcoming. In the meanwhile, you can just remove the "page"-attribute totally from any conflicting TLD entries. For more information, see JSPWikiDownload.

-- JanneJalkanen

CamelCase Not Working Problem

WebLogic contains the JakartaOro package in it's default weblogic.jar. This older version may cause the TranslatorReader to not match any CamelCase patterns. Confirmed the "broken" versions of Oro are 2.0 and 2.0.1. Versions 2.0.2 to 2.0.7 appear to work properly.

The workaround is to pre-append the JSPWiki's oro.jar to the classpath before weblogic.jar in However, this may break other apps that depend on the other version of Oro.

-- JeffPhillips

IBM WebSphere#

Please list your experiences here.


Resin 2.1.6 (and 2.1.7, at least, perhaps other versions) cannot use UTF-8 encoding (for Chinese/Japanese/etc characters), unless you add the following on top of every JSP page:

<%@ page contentType="text/html; charset=utf8" %>

This is being tracked as bug #983 at the Resin website.

Unfortunately, we can't add that to the distribution, because if we do, then changing into ISO-8859-1 requires deleting that line. One possibility would be to move completely into UTF-8 in the distro.

(Thanks to Kaichao)

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