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Installing jstl 1.1

 
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I have just started Chapter 9 in HFSJ and realised I couldnt not run anything with out instaling jstl1.1.

Can some tell me where I can download jstl.jar and standard.jar
And is there any process in installing it ?

Thanks!
 
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You'll find the link here. (JSTL1.1)
 
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Where do i find the standard.jar file?

And which file am i supposed to download .There are so many of them.
There is a tar.giz , .zip , .src.tar.gz , src.zip


I downloaded the 1.1.2.src.zip but not sure if its the right one .
And do i just need to copy it into WEB-INF/lib folder or there anything else that needs to be done.
 
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Go here, download either Binaries/1.1.2.tar.gz(Linux) or Binaries/1.1.2.zip(Windows), unzip it.

You'll find both jstl.jar and standard.jar in the lib directory. Copy them to your WEB-INF/lib directory.
 
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Not sure if you are using Tomcat. If you are, then you can find it under following folder on your machine

<tomcat home>\webapps\jsp-examples\WEB-INF\lib

 
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