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I am using an old application and it has standard.jar.  Now since I already get servlet.jsp.jstl.jar and servlet.jsp.jstl-api.jar, do I still need standard.jar ?  

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If I recall correctly¹, it may depend on the version of the JSTL you are using. Try removing it and see if everything still works. :cool:


¹ It's been many years since I set up a Java web application.
 
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