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can we confuse container by giving wrolg ltd location for a perticular uri

 
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Hi,

This question is just out of curiosity.

This is the myFunction.tld file.



I am following JSP 2.0 specification So I don't have to give the location of tag in DD.But to just out of curiosityi changed the <laglib-location> no non existing one. Still It worked perfectly fine.

DD looks like as follows


No exception was thrown. It worked perfectly fine. because I don't have any muLostFunctions.tld file DiceFunctions as uri

Does that mean container doesn't get fooled by explicit declarations in DD. Does it mean it does the implicit background checking for all uri and .tld files and generate the mapping automatically.
 
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Does that mean container doesn't get fooled by explicit declarations in DD. Does it mean it does the implicit background checking for all uri and .tld files and generate the mapping automatically.



Yes , did you check the app startup log ?
 
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This was the startup log:


Which one should I look for specifically?
 
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Ok. I thought that would throw error/warning during startup. Thats not the case now.
 
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