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Can't find JSTL 1.1 TLD's...Getting mad!

 
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I am using IDEA and in order for the cool code completion of JSTL tags on my JSP pages, I need to point a resource at the appropriate TLD file. Find and danday. Problem is I can't find the freakin tld files for jstl 1.1 anywhere.

I went to Sun's site to see if I could find them. I already have the jstl.jar file so I extracted that but the tld's aren't in there. I noticed also that you can't even download jstl 1.1 all by its lonesome.

J2EE 1.4 is supposed to include an implementation of jstl 1.1 which is just the JAR file but again, no tld files.

Anyone know where I can get them?
 
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You can find them in the Java Web Services Developer Pack 1.4

Java Web Services Developer Pack 1.4
 
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Any chance I can find them somewhere where I don't have to install an executable.

I don't understand why Sun doesn't just have a download for jstl.jar that has the classes and tld's in it instead of making me download some mondo package and install something I will never use.

Oh well. Marketing, marketing, marketing I guess.
 
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Well, I downloaded Sun's J2EE SDK which is basically the Java Systems Application Server because of this statement..


The J2EE 1.4 SDK includes an implementation of JSTL 1.1


Plus, I thought I might actually use the app server at some point in the near future. Guess what...Can't find JSTL anywhere after installing that SDK. I even upacked the J2EE.jar file to see if it was part of that, but nope.

Does anyone know where I can get the damn thing..
 
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DAMNIT! Forgot they were Jakarta. Thanks Bear.
 
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