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Hello,

Is there any place where we can test online for JSP tags, as my requirement is in my jsp i am using taglib of html like
<html:text property="txtSearch" value=""/> which in return converting as <input type="text" value="" name="txtSearch"></input>. So need to keep hands on with other tags, hence trying to find if we have any online link/tool where i can test them.

And also a good link to find the parameters which we can keep in the html taglib like<html:text property="txtSearch" value=""/> for this html what all parameters i can use.

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Kartik
 
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This aren't JSP tags. The JSP tags come from the JSTL and the html set is not among them.

It is more likely that those tags are from a framework such as Struts or SpringMVC. Which?

In any case, why cannot you just test locally?
 
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