On Sep 25, 2008, at 10:12 PM, tweihs wrote:

> Folks,
> I've apparently found a way to kill the Velocity parsing in resin  
> 3.1.3 and
> 3.1.4 (pro).  We use velocity style syntax extensively throughout  
> the our
> site and this hurdle is baffling me.  I can confirm via a simple
> "velocityEnabled.jsp" that if I comment out most of our app's  
> web.xml and
> leave in the <jsp velocity-enabled="true"> tag, I can print  
> variables out
> with velocity syntax.  If I uncomment the remaining tags in web.xml  
> (I'll
> refer to this as "web.xml.dev"), velocity dies.

Can you check this on 3.2.0?  We did disable velocity on some of the  
earlier 3.1 releases (due to internal refactoring of JSP parsing.)

-- Scott

> I downloaded our web.xml (I'll refer to this as "web.xml.prod" )  
> file from
> production and velocity works again.  Thus, there is something being  
> loaded
> (a resource, jms queue, resin db, one of our classes) via the web.xml.dev
> that neuters velocity.  I'm trying to comment blocks out to see what
> resource is the offender, but due to the size of our web.xml file,  
> this will
> take a bit more toggling to get to the source.  I'll continue doing  
> that to
> isolate, but curious if there is anything that could end up  
> disabling the
> velocity rendering.  The *parsing* works - that is, the pages get  
> compiled.
> It's just that blocks like ${foo} don't get rendered.  Things that  
> come to
> mind:
> * something with logging?  I noticed some errors about Log4J not  
> being able
> to write to a directory due to perms, and curious if logging somehow  
> dies,
> does velocity rendering die?
> * jar file issues?  I've noticed including or excluding some jars,  
> like
> struts (and jakarta commons logging and log4j), can also neuter the
> rendering.  This would seem less likely to be the culprit in this  
> case,
> because downloading web.xml.prod and running with that re-enables  
> velocity.
> Thanks in advance,
> -tyson
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