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Hi

I wanted to examples on JSTL. but I am getting some problem.

web.xml



example1.jspx



I have placed .tld files under WEB-INF/tld folder and jstl.jar and standard.jar in lib folder in my project folder. I am using weblogic server. I am using example server and using placed the war file in autodeploy folder and jstl.jar and standard.jar files inside samples\domains\wl_server\lib.

When i am tryign to access the example1.jspx, it is throwing the error Illegal token for taglib directive.

Could anybody tell me what is the problem?

Thanks
Praveena
 
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I'm not really sure about weblogic, but in most modern containers you don't need to explicitly put taglib declarations in web.xml. Anyway try to put jstl.jar and standard.jar inside the WEB-INF/lib folder of your WAR file and then deploy it...
 
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Ankit is correct. Remove all those declarations from the web.xml - they're just in the way. You are also using an older URI for the JSTL, be usre to use the up-todate URI. See the JSP FAQ for more information.
 
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Thanks for the reply.

I removed all the entries in the web.xml and placed the jar files only in project lib folder and removed these jars from server common lib. In the other way also, I removed the jars from project lib and placed them in server common lib, still it is throwing the below error.

 
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"Praveena Pk", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter. Thanks.
 
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Hi Bear,

I didn't get any mail.

I found the solution for this. We need to keep taglib entries in the web.xml but we need to rename the .jspx to .jsp. When it is .jspx it is not recognosing scriptlets.

Regards,
Praveena.
 
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I didn't say "mail", I said private messages. The link is above.
 
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