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v:image tag in a jsp?

 
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Hi,

Im working on a system which is quite old. It uses SVGs and allows you to drag and drop images into various positions. My query is this; within one of the jsps there is a tag <v:image id'testId' style'top' etc.... />
This contains an image which has been rotated by 90 degrees. What does it do and what are its available arguments?

I can't find documentation for this anywhere. I have looked on google and on forums but to no avail. Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Paul
 
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It's a custom tag set up by the project. Hence, you won't find anything on google about it, as it's specific to your project.

On the page you will likely find a taglib directive which associates the v prefix with a TLD URI. Use that to track down the .tld file that contains the tag declaration which will, in turn, let you track down the code that implements the tag.
 
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Hi
Thanks for the quick response!
This is exactly what I thought initially but I can't find the associated I have looked in each tld file.
Is there anyway to find a custom tags associated file?
Thanks

Paul
 
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It must a custom tag defined somewhere. If there's no TLD, perhaps it is a tag file. Or perhaps the taglib is defined in a prelude.
 
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Ok I'll get lookin!

Thanks for your help
 
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