|Validation of JSP with VXML hangs [message #193604]
||Wed, 30 May 2007 08:44
Originally posted by: tschudde.nortel.com|
Using Eclispe 3.2.2, I have a simple project that contain a JSP with VXML
syntax. When I add the ValidationBuiler,
org.eclipse.wst.validation.validationbuilder, to the project's ".project"
file, it runs through all the validation routines when the project is
built. The HTML Syntax Validator runs against the jsp with the VXML syntax
and hangs. This causes the CPU utilization to peg at 100%. Canceling the
validator does not kill the thread that runs the validator and I have to
kill eclipse. Generally, a VXML page does not contain a DOCTYPE reference
since the vxml tag references the schema that is used. However, if I
specifically place the DOCTYPE entry in the page, the HTML Syntax
validator does not hang.
I would have thought that if the validator could not figure out the
document type, it would issue a warning and terminate?
Is having a DOCTYPE declaration required for jsp development on eclipse?