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Resin - JSTL question

 
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I am using Resin 2.1.4 and am trying to get the following JSTL snippet to run correctly:
<input type="text" name="test" size="5" value="<c ut value="${param.test}" />">
Is there any reason why Resin doesn't execute this correctly? I've tried a bunch of different code variations without any favorable results.
 
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To answer my own question.....I forgot to include the <%@ taglib declaration.
doh!!
 
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Sometimes just asking the question, helps you think of the answer.....
Engage the inner id!
 
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http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CardboardProgrammer
 
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Cardboard Programmer - funny stuff!
 
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Yep.... this is one of the powers of pair programming.... teach so you can learn....
Great link.....


You've just spent the whole day trying to solve a problem, a design problem, a bug, etc. You know the solution is simple but you just can't see it.
A colleague walks past and notices your anguish: "What's up?".
"Oh, I'm ...". You explain the problem and what you have done so far. However you suddenly discover the solution before you have finished speaking! So far your colleague has been as useful as a cardboard cutout.
This happens often and I think it is due to you having to present your problem to someone in a way that you think will aid their understanding, often dispensing with some of the details. In doing so, you also clarify your own thoughts, untying them in your mind to eventually cite a solution.
Sometimes all it needs is a cardboard cutout of your favorite GURU!

 
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