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Problem with Struts 2 TLDs

 
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Hi Folks,
To start with, I too am new to struts and have downloaded struts-2.2.1-all.zip from struts 2 home page. After doing recommended setup by configuring struts-2.2.1 in tomcat,
I have created directory structure as given below in Tomcat 5.5 - D:\Tomcat 5.5\webapps\Web-directory\WEB-INF.
I have placed the Login.jsp in the D:\Tomcat 5.5\webapps\Web-directory .Now the problem is I am not able to find the *.tld files in D:\Tomcat 5.5\struts-2.2.1\lib. I tried downloading struts-2.2.1-lib.zip and also struts-2.0.14-lib.zip and searched there , there too i am not able to find the *tld files . Can any body help out as to how to resolve this issue.
PFB the code for Login.jsp
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You don't need to do anything with the Struts TLD files. Tomcat will automatically search for the TLDs in the struts jars that you put in the WEB-INF/lib directory of your application. Also you are using Struts 2 but your JSP page seems to be based on Struts 1.x tags...
 
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