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Sue Meng
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I searched on the net for tag but couldnt figure out how to print a form property. At present I am using <html:text>, but can I print it just like simple label or text. here's the snippet.


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Do you need to be using Struts tags, or would you rather use non-proprietary means?
 
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not necessarily struts tags, as long as I can print the the username that belongs to the form 'validate'.
 
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As per forum instructions what versions of JSP and JSTL are you using?
 
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JSP- 1.something (I am not sure how to determine the version of jsp) and JSTL-1.0.6
 
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You really should know what version of software you are using.
 
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Thanks for help and advice.
 
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