Taglib not working completely in virtual host ... ?

Hello,

I'm facing a stiff problem.

My taglib is not working completely on a virtual host i've just configured.
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|    <Host name="www.sprinter" debug="1" appBase="c:/wwwroot" unpackWARs="true" autoDeploy="true" xmlValidation="false" xmlNamespaceAware="false">
|          <Logger className="org.apache.catalina.logger.FileLogger" directory="logs" prefix="www." suffix=".txt" timestamp="true"/>
|          <Context path="" docBase="" debug="1" reloadable="true" crossContext="true" />
|          <Context path="/manager" debug="0" privileged="true" docBase="c:/tomcat/server/webapps/manager">
|    </Context>
|     </Host>
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If i run the following code on this virtual host :
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|    <%@ page import='java.sql.*,java.text.*,mycompany.fotospecial.*,java.io.*' %>
|    <%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/taglib/database.tld" prefix="mycompany"%>
|    <mycompany:dbconnection name="dbConnection" source="jdbc/mydbconnection">
|    <%
|         TestClass tc = new TestClass (dbConnection);
|    %>
|    </mycompany:dbconnection>
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If i run this code on my default host it works fine.
In my virtual it gives the following error :
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|    Generated servlet error:
|    C:\tomcat\work\Catalina\www.sprinter\_\org\apache\jsp\test_jsp.java:79: cannot resolve |    symbol
|    symbol  : variable dbConnection
|    location: class org.apache.jsp.test_jsp
|          TestClass vfsi = new TestClass (dbConnection);
|                                                               ^
|    1 error
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When i leave out the TestClass vfsi = new TestClass (dbConnection); code it works fine and my connection is called (i can check this in the logs).

I think i have to add something to my virtual host configuration but what ????

XyleenAsked:
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TimYatesCommented:
what happens if you change

appBase="c:/wwwroot"

to

appBase="/wwwroot"

?
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XyleenAuthor Commented:
my virtual host doesn't work anymore then
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XyleenAuthor Commented:
excuse me, i've copied the files from c:/wwwroot to c:/tomcat/webapps/wwwroot and the virtual host is working again but i get the same error ...
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TimYatesCommented:
Can you try changing your JSP to:

<%@ page import='java.sql.*,java.text.*,mycompany.fotospecial.*,java.io.*' %>
<%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/taglib/database.tld" prefix="mycompany"%>
<jsp:useBean id="dbConnection" scope="page" class="XXXXXXXX" />
<mycompany:dbconnection name="dbConnection" source="jdbc/mydbconnection">
<%
     TestClass tc = new TestClass (dbConnection);
%>
</mycompany:dbconnection>

replacing XXXXXXXX with the fully qualified name of the class that dbConnection should be?
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XyleenAuthor Commented:
euhm :
what are you trying to do ?
the name "dbConnection" is now given to the useBean AND to the tag-param

Which one do you want me to pass to the TestClass ?

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TimYatesCommented:
No, my thinking is that the "mycompany:dbconnection" tag is not defining the "dbConnection" variable properly in the scope of the page...  So putting the useBean tag in will ensure it is defined, and the "mycompany:dbconnection" tag should use the pre-defined bean instead of (wrongly) creating its own...

I *think*

Probably wrong...in which case, ignore me ;-)

Sorry...

Tim
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XyleenAuthor Commented:
In that case it wouldn't work either on the default virtual host ....

I changed my code like you said but it doesn't work :(
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Oliver_DornaufCommented:
is the jdbc connection defined in scope of the virtual host?
I had a lot of problems if the connection was defined in global scope.
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XyleenAuthor Commented:
can you explain this, i don't undersand
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gnoonCommented:
I ever used db tags of Jakarta TagLib Project, probably it's not the same as your tag lib.

When I start a database connection on a JSP page, I do this

<%@taglib uri="dbtags" prefix="sql"%>
<sql:connection id="conn1">
    <sql:url>jdbc:odbc:myproject</sql:url>
    <sql:driver>sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver</sql:driver>
    <sql:userId>admin</sql:userId>
    <sql:password>myadmin</sql:password>
</sql:connection>

Then, when I want to refer to the conn1 connection, I do this

<%
Connection conn1 = (Connection) pageContext.getAttribute("conn1");
if(conn1 != null)
{
   ....
}
%>

Dont know your tags should be used the same as above?

G noon
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