I know Tapestry has done something to support this. If you set the isThreadSafe option to false, the JSP engine makes sure that only one thread at a time is executing your JSP. How to access the session attribute using JSTLEL Thanks Bear Bibeault Author and ninkuma Marshal Posts: 65271 95 I like... languageDefines the programming language used in the JSP page. http://btcherb.com/jsp-error/jsp-error-page-in-web-xml.php
jwbarnes 06000271DW 2008-05-02T16:37:54Z do you still have this at the top of your default.jsp? <%@ page session="false" buffer="none" %> if so try changing it to true Jim IBM Certified System Administrator Join us to help others who have the same bug. But when using sessionScope, it gonna give you session not found error.
Thanks to this link http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4730790/problem-with-session-attributes-in-jsp-el-using-spring-mvc
Cheers ! But to do this, you shall have no, or very little, session data stored on webserver instances.
It gave me headache over hours. The actual polling to our app from Squid is set to poll a specific page in the app. Unanswered question This question has not been answered yet. fixunix.com | 11 months ago java.lang.IllegalStateException: jsp.error.page.noSession find similars GWT dev 0 Speed up your debug routine!
up vote 47 down vote favorite 13 I was wondering when you would want to set the following page directive in a JSP: <%@ page session="false" %> I know that it extendsSpecifies a superclass that the generated servlet must extend importSpecifies a list of packages or classes for use in the JSP as the Java import statement does for Java classes. Topic Forum Directory > WebSphere > Forum: WebSphere Portal > Topic: No session object available in portal theme? 6 replies Latest Post - 2008-05-02T18:43:45Z by SystemAdmin Display:ConversationsBy Date 1-7 of 7 At least, this is how Jasper does, when it generates servlets out of the jsp source.
Think about a simple script that iteratively wgets the JSP: it will generate a lot of sessions in few seconds. The value of the errorPage attribute is a relative URL. AnikS - August 4, 2008 for creating session, String uname = "admin"; session.setAttribute("username",uname); for retreiving the value from session. it is working fine now.
The following directive causes the servlet to throw an exception when the servlet's output buffer is full: <%@ page autoFlush="false" %> This directive causes the servlet to flush the output buffer But, this will make it a JSP compile error, to try and use the session. pfm - July 22, 2008 I wanted to disable the session for my index.jsp/login.jsp pages and got to the same conclusion so far. infoDefines a string that can be accessed with the servlet's getServletInfo() method.
Jim IBM Certified System Administrator -- WebSphere Portal V6.0, V5.1, V5.0 IBM Certified Solution Developer -- WebSphere Portal V5.1, v6.0 The postings on this site are my own and do not Following directive set an expressions not to be evaluated: <%@ page isELIgnored="false" %> The isScriptingEnabled Attribute: The isScriptingEnabled attribute determines if scripting elements are allowed for use. I also browsed the source code of tomcat a bit, to see if it contained something undocumented. How many login pages are simple jsp pages?
We have a situation where we are modifying our portal theme to check for a session attribute and then do a conditional redirect. this page share|improve this answer edited Feb 25 at 21:04 answered Sep 13 '13 at 16:47 Reimius 4,90321539 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Yet another use case where it is If you have a page that doesn't need to be involved in a session (like say, an about.jsp or faq.jsp) then the default behaviour of involving every JSP in a session The following directive displays MyErrorPage.jsp when all uncaught exceptions are thrown: <%@ page errorPage="MyErrorPage.jsp" %> The isErrorPage Attribute: The isErrorPage attribute indicates that the current JSP can be used as the
The buffer Attribute: The buffer attribute specifies buffering characteristics for the server output response object. share|improve this answer answered Oct 12 '15 at 13:11 Hein Blöd 5821515 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Java Project .NET Project Principles Technologies Threat Agents Vulnerabilities Language English español Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Page information This page was last modified http://btcherb.com/jsp-error/jsp-error-page-example-web-xml.php By convention, page directives are coded at the top of the JSP page.
I often hear talk about a share-nothing stateless architecture on the server-side, to make it possible to scale a web application by putting it behind a load-balancer and simply add extra Show: 10 25 50 100 items per page Previous Next Feed for this topic Sign In Create Account Search among 980,000 solutions Search Your bugs help others We want to create Google Groups | 8 years ago | [email protected] java.lang.IllegalStateException: jsp.error.page.noSession find similars GWT dev EL GWT dev com.ibm._jsp com.ibm.ws 0 0 mark No session object available in portal theme?
Automated exception search integrated into your IDE Test Samebug Integration for IntelliJ IDEA Root Cause Analysis java.lang.IllegalStateException jsp.error.page.noSession at org.apache.jasper.runtime.PageContextImpl.getAttribute() 0 similar GWT dev PageContextImpl.getAttribute org.apache.jasper.runtime.PageContextImpl.getAttribute(PageContextImpl.java:271) 0 similar 1 frame EL Hence, you can change your index.jsp to read: <%@ page contentType="text/html;charset=UTF-8" language="java" session="false" %>
If the attribute's value is set to false, a translation-time error will be raised if the JSP uses any scriptlets, expressions (non-EL), or declarations. autoFlushControls the behavior of the servlet output buffer. share|improve this answer answered Apr 1 '11 at 17:42 no.good.at.coding 16.5k14144 4 I really enjoy learning the small performance tips, they can add up to big things. http://btcherb.com/jsp-error/jsp-error-page.php For example, if you wanted to specify that the resulting page that is returned to the browser uses ISO Latin 1, you would use the following page directive: <%@ page contentType="text/html:charset=ISO-8859-1"
The code has to go in the head.jspf in order to work as intended. Take a tour to get the most out of Samebug. The default content type is text/html, which is the standard content type for HTML pages. I see no reason at all why there is no HttpSession object present in code that is only run after a user logs in.
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