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Not able to run EL with JSTL using RAD

 
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Hi ,
I'm using RAD6.0 server. In JSP files, I'm not able to execute the Expression language in JSTL core library. Same code I was able to run on Webshphere 5.1server
I have the JSTL.jar file under the web application directory.
Is there any run time patch or support file or setting needs to be done before using the EL on RAD?

Please help me out or suggest me the possible ways so that I can work on this issue.

Many thanks in advance !
Looking for your favorable reply!

Regards,
Somesh
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[ October 07, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Have you read the JSP FAQ entries on setting up for the JSTL and EL?
 
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Please read this with regards to your use of the term "urgent" in your subject. As a favor, I have removed it for you.
 
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