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Ch 9 Using JSTL Q1/Errata link

 
Mani Jagathesan
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Ch - 9 Using JSTL - Question 1

Answer says TLD files may be place in "any" sub-dir of WEB-INF. "Any sub-dir" could refer to lib or classes as well and it should be place in WEB-INF or a sub-dir for TLDs.

Can some one explain this please?

There is a link to errata, can someone paste the link.

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Mani
 
Chandra Sagi
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Here is the link to errata

http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/headservletsjsp/errata/headservletsjsp.confirmed

There is no errata on this question.

I too had the same doubt. But tld files could either be in WEB-INF directly or TLDs folder inside WEB-INF.

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Chandu
 
Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

Answer says TLD files may be place in "any" sub-dir of WEB-INF. "Any sub-dir" could refer to lib or classes as well and it should be place in WEB-INF or a sub-dir for TLDs.


I remeber from the spec that the TLD files msy be placed in "any" sub-directory but should not be placed in classes and lib directories. So there is "should not" not "must not". So this may be valid but these directories are made for diff. purpose.

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Mani Jagathesan
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Thanks Chandu & Narendra,

Mani
 
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