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Nina Anderson
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No. I'm NOT using the web context to access the page. I tried www.mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com/index.jsp, but neither options worked. I blank page is displayed and when I right-click to view source, I see the jsp code with my struts tag. So, it looks like the struts taglibs are not being recognized.

Also, where should I post this problem, if you don't think this is the right forum?
Nina Anderson
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Ooops....This was supposed to be reply to "Deploying Struts app on Linux server"
David Newton
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If the WAR file is named FooBar then you'd need to access it via /localhost/FooBar/index.jsp or whatever. The Tomcat site has extensive information on how to deploy applications.

As far as the Struts tags are concerned, do you have a taglib directive?

Dave
 
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