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Tridib Samanta
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JSTL tags are now part of the JSP 2.0. So, the implemetation of these tags should be part of the container. Why should we get the jar from third party and place it in our web apps?
And as these tags are very commonly used, should we not place this in a common location, so that each application can use them?
[ March 13, 2007: Message edited by: Tridib Samanta ]
 
Christophe Verré
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JSTL tags are now part of the JSP 2.0.

No they're not. Maybe you're thinking that EL is, but JSTL tags are still JSTL tags.

And as these tags are very commonly used, should we not place this in a common location, so that each application can use them?

Sure you can. Nothing prevents you from.
 
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