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Daniel Gee
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I have a taglib.tld like below. When I run the web application, I got Status 500 - XML parsing error on file /WEB-INF/taglib.tld: (line 11, col 17): Element type "display-name" must be declared.

I checked the syntax of the taglib.tld and could not figure out what is wrong with the file. Please help.


[ May 05, 2006: Message edited by: Daniel Gee ]
[ May 05, 2006: Message edited by: Daniel Gee ]
 
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You checked the syntax? I checked the syntax by downloading the DTD you specified and looking at it. Doesn't mention any "display-name" element. It declares the "tag" element like this:So there's a conflict between the documentation you were reading and the DTD you actually used.
 
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Thanks for the response.

In fact, I first ran the web application without the <display-name> inside <tag> and I got the Status 500 - XML parsing error on file /WEB-INF/taglib.tld: (line 11, col 17): Element type "display-name" must be declared.

Nevertheless, I followed your advice. And my taglib.tld looks like below. I am still getting the Status 500 - XML parsing error on file /WEB-INF/taglib.tld: (line 11, col 17): Element type "display-name" must be declared.
 
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The DTD doesn't define a display-name element anywhere. You could download it yourself and look (just paste its URL into your browser). Are you sure you are using the right DTD?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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