Can some one point where i can learn about JSTL? Also please help me to point in the write direction on how to use JSTL on a struts framework? Any whitepapers, discussion board, docs, sample will be very very helpful for this greenhorn Gurus please show me some guidence Ragu
Here's a link to the Java Community Process page that controls the publishing of the JSTL specification. They are going to vote on the final draft May 17: http://jcp.org/jsr/detail/52.jsp Also, "More Servlets and JSPs" by Marty Hall has a chapter devoted to the topic.
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Originally posted by Ricardo Cortes: Here's a link to the Java Community Process page that controls the publishing of the JSTL specification. They are going to vote on the final draft May 17: http://jcp.org/jsr/detail/52.jsp Also, "More Servlets and JSPs" by Marty Hall has a chapter devoted to the topic.
Hi there. I'm the reference-implementation lead for JSTL. The Proposed Final Draft for JSTL, which is, in all important ways, equivalent to the final draft, is available from http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/jstl/ The reference implementation is available through Jakarta Taglibs at http://jakarta.apache.org/taglibs/doc/standard-doc/intro.html and is essentially finalized in preparation for the 1.0 release at the end of the month. By the way, I'm also the author of an upcoming book on JSTL, so I'm hardly unbiased -- but while "More Servlets and JSPs" is a great book, its JSTL chapters cover only a very early draft of the standard tag library, and the spec has changed and added dozens (perhaps hundreds) of new features since then. JSTL now provides tags for XML processing, text importing, database access, internationalization, and number/date formatting. It also includes a new, standard expression language that will become the core of the JSP 1.3 expression language. My book, and the O'Reilly one, will cover all these features; the older books are already quite out of date. [ May 13, 2002: Message edited by: Shawn Bayern ]
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