I wish this help you Note - I will really appreciate a quick and complete answer to this question. I can't offer a bounty yet because I just published this question a few hours ago, but if someone answers this question fully, I will issue a total bounty of 150 (100 from me + 50) and award it to them. , the property:
With these it helps While the reason is still mysterious, the problem is linked to the fact that the JAVA compiler has a hard time figuring out the inheritance chain correctly while Eclipse and IntelliJ compilers are being a little bit more generous with what you can compile. Extracting MyView from InvestigationPresenter will fix your problem.
Tomcat 7's JspServlet not failing to compile JSPs with missing taglib imports
hop of those help? I'm not aware of any way to do this - the <%@ taglib prefix="c" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core"%> declaration tells tomcat's JSPC what to do when it comes across a tag. And if this declaration is missing, tomcat doesn't know what to do with it - so it doesn't touch it. If you rely on this check, you might want to use some scripted checks in your build process, or use JSPC to precompile your JSPs during build time and check the resulting servlets for occurrences of suspect text/tags.
I wish did fix the issue. The issue is because of Java version mismatch. The error regarding the unsupported major.minor version is because during compile time you are using a higher JDK and a lower JDK during runtime