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Using Scriptlets in Custon Tags

dennis zined
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Hi folks!

Need help with my custom tag. I am able to pass in the first parameter to my custom tag using jstl-like code (see below). However, I can never get the second parameter to work if I pass it in using jsp scriptlet.



Am I missing something?

Thanks.
[ November 14, 2004: Message edited by: dennis zined ]

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Bear Bibeault
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Have you enabled run-time expressions for that attribute in the tld?


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dennis zined
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Thank you for your reply.

Yep. In my tld file, both parameters have the runtime expressions turned on.
dennis zined
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Is it even possible to pass parameters from a JSP scriplet to a custom tag?

Thanks

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Bear Bibeault
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Yes, I used to do it all the time. (I no longer use scriplets or sciptlet expressions on my pages in favor of the JSTL and EL ).
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By the way "I never get it to work" is not a very good description of the problem you are having. Some detail might help.

One thought: should



perhaps be



?
 
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