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**URGENT** Please help!! StackOverFlowError - Weblogic.jspc compiler

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hi,

I am using ant build to pre compile jsps using weblogic.jspc. They used to compile just fine but I got a new laptop and set up all the env and I am getting StackOverFlowError error during Compilation time. Not sure why this error should occur during Compilation time. Following is my ant target. I have a dead line tomorrow
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<target name="app_jspc" if="jsp.precompile" depends="compile_classes ">
    <java classname="weblogic.jspc" fork="true" failonerror="true" >
    <jvmarg value="${jsp.case_sensitive}"/>
    <sysproperty key="weblogic.home" value="${weblogic.home}"/>
    <arg line="-webapp ${project.builddir} -compileAll -d ${project.builddir}/WEB-INF/classes ."/>
   <!-- <arg line="-verbose -verboseJavac -webapp ${project.builddir} -compileAll -d ${project.builddir}/WEB-INF/classes ."/> -->
    <classpath>
    <pathelement path="${project.jsp.build.classpath}"/>
    </classpath>
    </java>
</target>
//--------------------

build.properties
//----------------
weblogic.lib=${weblogic.home}/server/lib/weblogic.jar
weblogic.webservicelib=${weblogic.home}/server/lib/webservices.jar
tools.jar=/bea/jdk141_03/lib/tools.jar
project.build.classpath=${weblogic.lib}:${ojdbc14.jar}:${struts.jar}:${standard.jar}:${displaytag.jar}:${commons-validator.jar}:${commons-beanutils.jar}:${tools.jar}
project.jsp.build.classpath=${weblogic.lib}:${struts.jar}:${jstl.jar}:${standard.jar}:${commons-validator.jar}:${commons-beanutils.jar}:${tools.jar}


jsp.case_sensitive=-Dweblogic.jsp.windows.caseSensitive=false

project.home=.
project.builddir=${project.home}/build
project.distdir=${project.home}/dist/arc
project.libdir=${project.home}/lib
project.webdir=${project.home}/webapp
project.configdir=${project.home}/conf
project.webinfdir=${project.builddir}/WEB-INF
project.src=${project.home}/src
project.warname=${project.distdir}/${project.name}.war
project.classbindir=${project.webinfdir}/classes
project.docs.dir=${project.home}/docs/api

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lhankins earned 500 total points
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suggestions :

1) post your stack trace...
2) by process of elimination, start removing half of your JSP's (and see when the stack overflow exception stops).   (Of course, make a backup of all your jsp's before doing this).

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by:DASARI_R
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Hi

Thanks for the suggestions.  
I removed all the jsps and started compiling one by one and found a problem. I just didn't realise that it won't give me any details about the problem. All the stack trace said was the following.

Now that I know where the problem is I can fix it :) Thank you very much for your help.


//--------- stack trace
app_jspc:
[java] java.lang.StackOverflowError
[java] Exception in thread "main"

//----------


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by:lhankins
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can u post the JSP in question
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by:lhankins
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I assume you found the problem, can we close this now...?
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ID: 12208697
Yes, Thank you very much
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