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Re: [jetty-users] Upgrading jetty-runner from version 7.6.15 to 9.1.4, exception from <jsp-property-group>

Hi Mike,

This is a bug we introduced with a change in 9.1.4 to preserve the
order of declaration of servlets and filters. Someone else has raised
a bug for it:

I've committed a fix to head:

This fix will be backported to an upcoming 9.1.5 release.


On 22 April 2014 11:02, Mike McNally <emmecinque@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've been using jetty-runner for a long to to support development on web
> applications. I've been setting up a new development machine, and I
> downloaded the newest version of jetty-runner. When I try it with my .war
> file, however, I get an exception:
> java.lang.IllegalStateException: No such servlet:
> __org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.JspPropertyGroupServlet__
> (I can of course provide the whole stack trace if that'd help.)  I can run
> the same .war file with 7.6.15 and it works fine. If I comment out the
> <jsp-property-group> thing, then it works with the newer version.
> Is there some other way to do what <jsp-property-group> does? It's kind-of
> important, as it's used to set a preamble to all the .jsp files in the
> project.
> Thanks!  I posted this on Stackoverflow too if you want some points :)
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Jan Bartel <janb@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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