Thanks pat. I don't know if the BSH jar includes the
right adapter - it looks like it included an Engine, so I assumed that was
Re tomcat, I'm guessing that's it - I tried rhino's jar and
got the same problem - I was never able to find the patch, and the post was so
old I had just assumed it had been resolved years later in the current Tomcat -
I'm guessing no.
I notice that Groovy and Judo both get around this by
providing a servlet/jsp architecture where the've got a canned generic servlet,
which you then map in the web-xml.file to ".*sp" (e.g., "gsp" for groovy).
Then they handle the interpeting. I wonder if it's because BSF is such a
pain with things like tomcat.
On Mar 24, 2006, at 10:53 AM, Furash Gary wrote:
I'm running the
latest tomcat (5.5 something). So, I drop the latest bsf and beanshell
jars in tomcats lib directory, restart, and put up a simple page
It instantly dies
"org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /bsf.jsp(1,1) Page directive:
invalid language attribute"
Does the bsh jar include the correct BSF adapter?
Does tomcat allow you to include any BSF language in a JSP?