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Dale DeMott
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Looking over JSTL looks pretty straight forward however I was wondering if there were any good websites out there that anyone could point me to that would make excellent references.


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Phani Burra
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A very useful reference that I can think of is the JSTL spec's by Sun.
Bear Bibeault
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Yes, the JSTL Specification is a must (link provided in the JSP FAQs).

Also, the online tag reference is very useful.


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