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hello people

I used bodycontent element in my TLD file to access the bodyContent of the custom tag. when I start my tomcat 4.1.29 webcontainer the server starts with exeception. I have given below the TLD file segment..
I did not use angled brackets here as javaRanch does not support that..


taglib
tlibversion 1.0 /tlibversion
jspversion 1.1 /jspversion
shortname ramtag /shortname
uri ramesh taglibrary /uri
info This is information about Ramesh tag Library /info

tag
name name /name
tagclass tagExamples.nameTagHandler /tagclass
info Returing Name Value /info
bodycontent JSP /bodycontent



attribute
name name /name
required false /required
rtexprvalue true /rtexprvalue

/attribute
/tag
/taglib


help me to know where is the problem....
[ September 21, 2004: Message edited by: Gil Li ]
 
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Use the <code> Button below, if u need to use a code segment, it support all that u need.


By the way, mention what the error is.. The stack trace generally helps
[ September 21, 2004: Message edited by: Balan Ram ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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