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This seems to cause an error when you try to view an XPage that relates to "XSP not defined". I don't know what the cause of the issue is, only that it seems to be introduced when you apply FP4.

One of my customers got this error on one server but not another. Upgrading the server to 8.5.2 resolved the issue.

Not sure if it is recognised officially yet but there are more postings appearing about it so beware.

Comments (4) Melissa Snell August 27th, 2010 15:22:06

1) XPages developers - be wary of 8.5.1 FP4
Paul Hannan 27/08/2010 20:05:32

Hi Melissa,

Did you or your customer call this in with Lotus Support? They will help investigate the problem further and if it's a bug would get it through the proper channels.

Were both servers runing 851 FP4?

Is it App specific?

Glad to see the ugrade to 852 resolves this though :-)



2) re: XPages developers - be wary of 8.5.1 FP4
Melissa Snell 31/08/2010 09:27:08

Dear Paul

I'm not sure. Strictly speaking they are an indirect customer so it may not be possible to find out the exact details. However my understanding is that XPages were fine on Windows server running 8.5.1 FP3 and not on a Linux server running 8.5.1. FP4. Upgrading the Linux server to 8.5.2 resolved the issue. When I googled the error I found a link on OpenNTF that gave me a hint in the right direction...

3) XPages developers - be wary of 8.5.1 FP4
Aleksey Aksenov 31/08/2010 14:11:12

I tell you more about similar issue:

e.g. we have composite app based on this template ({ Link } raise same error when we use interface language other than english (russian in my choice).

Of course 8.5.2 has no problems, because it has only english interface by now. The same problem reported in SPR # DWHN87SJJ9 (German language) and investigating for fix in version 8.5.3.

4) re: XPages developers - be wary of 8.5.1 FP4
Melissa Snell 31/08/2010 14:28:41

Dear Aleksey

Thanks for that. Not sure if it would be the same issue as both servers in this case were English, but useful to know.

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