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Hello forum,

A question about JSTL - one of the things I have not figured out until now. How can you access an object declared by a specialized tag?
For example how can you access a locale object or resource bundle object?

The code that would declare a resource bundle would be

<fmt:setLocale value="theLocale"/>
<fmt:bundle basename="thebasename"/>

Suppose that later in the code you want to access the created resource bundle object - how can you do that?

Thanks in advance,

Michael
 
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