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From Manisha Sathe <manisha_msa...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Which tlds/jars I am suppose to make use of ?
Date Tue, 28 Dec 2004 02:43:34 GMT
Coming back with the one more query regarding this.
 
I am having sample which uses c.tld (which is inside EL version which i believe jstl). But
under normal lib directory they do not have c.tld. Do i need to copy c.tld from EL incase
i want to make use of jstl?
 
Thanks and regards
Manisha
 
Niall Pemberton <niall.pemberton@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
If you want to use the "EL" versions of the tags then use the second,
otherwise use the first.

The "EL" versions allow you to use expression language in a Servlet 2..3
environment If your using Servlet 2.2 then you can't use them and if your
using Servlet 2.4, then you don't need them because the servlet container
supports EL anyway. If you are using Servlet 2.3 but are not bothered about
EL, then use the regular ones.

Niall
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Manisha Sathe" 
To: 
Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2004 2:40 AM
Subject: Which tlds/jars I am suppose to make use of ?


> New to struts -
>
> Downloaded the struts and testing one simple html form. I am finding .tlds
and .jars files in 2 directory
> 1)One inside {struts installed dir}/lib
> 2)Second one inside {struts installed dir}/contrib/struts-el/lib
>
> First of all why these 2 locations and what's the difference ? Normally
which tld i am suppose to pick up ?
>
> Thanks & regards
> Manisha
>
>
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