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JSTL without el to bind in spring

 
vamsi kris
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Hi All,

I am deploying a web application in sap server environment. which does not support EL.

I am using spring web mvc. I need to bind a list using spring bind. for that i have used jstl and el and tested in apache server 5.5. Now i am unable to change the code with out el and deploy in sap server.

I am new to jstl and el. You can provide me learning resources on jstl, el and use of jstl where el is not supported

Is there a way to use jstl without el. Are is there any way to use spring binding without jstl and el.

This is my code used to bind a list.


I have tried using scriptlets, but it didn't work as scriptlets are run time and spring tags are compile time evaluation.
Please help me. SAP EP does not support EL.
Thanks a lot.
 
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What version of the JSP Specification is supported? 1.2? 2.0? 2.1?

That's information that is vital.
 
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Hi,

We are using JSP 1.2, servlet 2.3 and Java 1.4, in the SAP Portal.
 
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Hi,

We are using JSP 1.2.
 
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Then you should be using JSTL 1.0 which provides an EL implementation that you can use within the JSTL tags (but not in template text).
 
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