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Problem in jsp using custom tag

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Hi to all! I started to use custom tags in the jsp. I am using weblogic5.1. I saved the jsp file in the public_html & the .tld file in the WEB-INF folder.. & the tag handler class in the servletclasses directory. The prob. is that the container is recognising the .tld file as valid tag library descriptor file & generating the servlet out of jsp, but while instantiating the tag bean its giving error. I don't know how it is not finding the tag class file in the servletclasses directory. I am not using package for tag, so i have saved the class file directly under the specified directory. Could any body help me to solve the problem. If nedded the code i can give, even the servlet class generated in the classfiles directory. Would any body tell me how to see the whole error message in the sever console.
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Anyone who would like to reply to this post here will see that there has already been a response in the 'Servlets & JSP' forum. See: http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/003883.html
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