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Re: JDBC/JSP: Strange Problem

From: Jens Carlberg <jenca(at)lysator(dot)liu(dot)se>
To: "'PostgreSQL JDBC List'" <pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Cc: "'Scott Street'" <sstreet98(at)home(dot)com>
Subject: Re: JDBC/JSP: Strange Problem
Date: 2001-12-03 22:11:35
Message-ID: 3C0BF897.A9A8ED46@lysator.liu.se (view raw or flat)
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<snip>
> <TR>
>     <TH>MsgId
>     <TH>fromUser
>     <TH>toUser
>     <TH>Subject
>     <TH>Flags
>     <TH>Text
> </TR>
> <pr:iterator results="msgDS" >
> <TR>
>     <TD><pr:field name="msgid"/>
>     <TD><pr:field name="fromuser"/>
>     <TD><pr:field name="touser"/>
>     <TD><pr:field name="subject"/>
>     <TD><pr:field name="flags"/>
>     <TD><pr:field name="msgtext"/>
> </TR>
> </pr:iterator>
> </TABLE>

A bit of topic, but... You're not closing <TH> and <TD>. It's not
required in HTML 3.2, but it actually is in 4.0. So, you could possibly
have some side effects you haven't counted on.

However, it's easy enough to spot; check the page source and see if it
contains all your data. If it does, it's the rendering. If not, it's the
taglib. Not much else that can go wrong. :-)

///Jens Carlberg


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