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Gregory Boissinot

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Recent posts by Gregory Boissinot

The tag library file (*.tld) are located in the META-INF directory and sub-directories of your struts distribution.

In your case, in : struts2-core-2.0.11.1.jar\META-INF\struts-tags.tld.

If you have a servlet/jsp container compatible JSP 1.2+; at container startup, all the library (*.jar) in WEB-INF/lib are scanned and the TLD files are located and loaded.
For each tld file it finds, the container looks for the <uri> element and saves a mapping between the uri and the current location of the tld.

After in your jsp, you have just put the directive for use the library.

In your case :
<%@ taglib uri="/struts-tags" prefix="myStrutsprefix" %>

Regards.
12 years ago
Hi,

I begin to learn the EJB 2.0 for the SCBCD 1.3.

My question is :

When the EJBHome object is created at the lifecyle of the EJB?
There is an EJBHome object per entreprise bean deployed. Is the server creates an instance of each EJJBHome object for each EJB deployed at the startup? Or, perhaps, the creation of the home object is done at the first JNDI lookup by a client?

Thanks.
OK, thanks.

I will follow the rules.
13 years ago
Hello,

How in Junit 3, you can add a timeout to a test method.

Thanks
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Gregory
13 years ago