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Is this just an impossibly tricky one, or wrong?

Selection "B" says "A TLD file may exist in any subdirectory of WEB-INF" is true. The TLD file could exist on the moon as well, I suppose, but that's not how I read it. Flipping back to page 611, Q2 handwritten notes say that it won't be discovered by the container if you put it in WEB-INF/classes or WEB-INF/lib. Using that logic I said 'no' to "B".

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I think it is tricky. What I think its getting at is the fact that you can use the following in a DD


but its tricky as you don't need to have this the JSP2.0 spec and then it must be in the specified locations.

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