[major snippage]

CS> app/work/Catalina/localhost/[$context]/org/apache/jsp/admin/
CS> exist and have file-dates from way back
CS> in 2016. (No recent changes)

CS> This is Tomcat 8.5.65 from a stock ASF-distrubuted tarball,
CS> launched using " start". Nothing fancy.

CS> org.apache.jasper.compiler.Compiler.isOutDated(

*Something* must have changed, perhaps out of your control?  I vaguely remember 
a few years back a customer was having a problem with a page not loading due to 
a compile error.  The problem happened after we deployed a single-JSP fix at 
the same time the IT department changed the TC compiler or Java version.  The 
problem went away eventually, I'm guessing after the IT dept did another 

Can you make a copy of the JSP and edit it in-place down to the bare minimum 
that it will still generate the exception?  That way the new copy of the code 
is freshly compiled and you have the possibility of narrowing things down?  
IOW, if you can't figure out what it is, figure out what it is not.

Is there a JAR file out of place?

Cris Berneburg
CACI Senior Software Engineer


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