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How to locating TLD with fallback mechanism when URI does not map any entries?

 
Joey Sanchez
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The taglib map mantained by the container (URI <-> TLD location)

1st. Look at deployment descriptor (web.xml) TLD-to-URI

2nd. Implicit map entries element of TLD

3rd. Implicit map entries from container

After that how does it work if URI used in taglib directive does not map any entries?
 
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After that how does it work if URI used in taglib directive does not map any entries?

Then it will fail unless, you will have the fallback scenario:
From JSP specs
The fallback interpretation is targetted to a casual use of the mechanism, as in the development cycle of theWeb Application; in that case the URI is interpreted as a direct path to the TLD
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the fallback rule allows a taglib directive to refer directly to the TLD. This arrangement is very convenient for quick development at the expense of less flexibility and accountability. For example:


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