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"type" element in TLD

 
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When is the "type" element for "attribute" required in the TLD for tag handlers?
I tried passing objects using EL expressions as tag attribute for both simple and classic tag handlers without the "type" element in TLD. And the container passed the object of the appropriate datatype to the attribute setter method.

Any help on the topic is welcome.
 
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Hi Cyril,

The type attribute is optional, but it has to be provided when using an enum for example, check this Enumeration values in attribute custom-tag.

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