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The absolute uri: http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core cannot be resolved  RSS feed

 
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Hi people,
I'm getting this error in my jsp. I saw this same error in an contact here, I do that the contact says  but the  error still same. I downloaded the jst.jar and I copyed in WEB-INF.
Below my web.xml:

My pom.xml:


Thanks in advance.
 
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jst.jar? jst is not jstl. Did you grab the wrong jar file?
 
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Sorry, is jstl.jar.
 
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Are you really sure that jstl should be a dependency in your POM?

JSTL is part of the J2EE/JEE server, and should not be included in your WAR.

If you must include it, try <scope>provided</scope> in the dependency. That tells Maven that the dependency can be resolved at run-time rather than by having to include the jar in the WAR it builds.
 
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Hi, problem solved.
This is my last pom.xml:

Thanks a lot.
 
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