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Tag Extensions (user defined html tags)

 
vivek makode
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Hi all,
Has anyone developed user defined html tags like form, input, select, body etc.. and used them in their JSP pages?
I have downloaded the jruntags.jar file from JRun which has all the tag handler classes needed for user defined html tags. I tried to make my own but it is not working.
If anyone has done it successfully ,please let me know all about it asap. How to develop and use it?
Thanks in advance.
Vivek
 
Shawn Bayern
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Originally posted by vivek makode:
Hi all,
Has anyone developed user defined html tags like form, input, select, body etc.. and used them in their JSP pages?
I have downloaded the jruntags.jar file from JRun which has all the tag handler classes needed for user defined html tags. I tried to make my own but it is not working.
If anyone has done it successfully ,please let me know all about it asap. How to develop and use it?
Thanks in advance.
Vivek

In general, many organizations and probably hundreds of individuals have developed tag libraries. There are a number of open-source projects that provide free tag libraries; for instance, see the Jakarta Taglibs project at
http://jakarta.apache.org/taglibs
There is also a standard set of JSP tags about to be finalized under the Java Community Process. This JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) provides tags for XML manipulation, database access, and other common features. See
http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/jstl
for more information.
[ May 21, 2002: Message edited by: Shawn Bayern ]
 
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