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iManager plugin for 7.03 issue


Imanager 2.7.3 on NetWare 6.5.8 with Java 1.4.2_18
Install 7.0.3 sso plugin from SecureLogin (I've tried 3 different builds
of 7.0.3)

Advanced tab fails with error - Unable to compile class for JSP
Generated servlet error:
SYS:\tomcat\5.0\work\Catalina\localhost\nps\org\apache\jsp\portal\modules\sso\skins\default_\devices\default_\AdvancedSettingsPage_jsp.java:654:
incompatible types for ?: neither is a subtype of the other second
operand: java.lang.String[] third operand : java.lang.String
out.print(iPage.ipandTimeStamp!= null ? iPage.ipandTimeStamp: ""); ^ 1
error


Backrev to SecureLogin 6.1.1 plugin and the Advanced tab works (but of
course 7.x features do not).

Anyone out there have it working ?

Cheers
Ian


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Re: iManager plugin for 7.03 issue

Anytime I get an error about JSP compilation issues I recommend two things:

1. First, try a new instance of iManager Workstation. This is simple to
do, and painless, and with no risk to your server install. Basically
extract the iManager Workstation instance, fire it up, and then add the
NPM for the latest SP (SP6 currently) then restart it. After doing so,
add your other plugins. Typically I'll add eDirectory 8.8 plugins (the
latest ones via the online repository visible within iManager), then
restart, then add the IDM ones, then restart. In your case after that I'd
add the SecureLogin ones, then restart. After doing this, test. When it
works go on to step 2:

2. Reinstall iManager on your server from scratch.

In your case it complains about something in the 'work' directory, so one
thing to try before #2 above is to stop Tomcat on your server, and then
delete everything inside the 'work' directory, but not the 'work'
directory itself. When done, start Tomcat. This should cause all of
those cached files to be rebuilt.

Good luck.
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