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Error using struts-html.tld file

Zak Nixon
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Joined: Sep 27, 2003
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Fellow Ranchers.

I am quite stumped on this one. I followed the example in Struts 1.1 tutorial in the forums, and everything seemed to work. But all of a sudden,
an error is coming up now. I have traced the problem back to using this
statement:



The struts-html.tld file is located in the /WEB-INF directory.

Once I place that statement in there, this is the error I get:


Any suggestions?

Thanks

Zak
Nicola Guy
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Joined: Jun 23, 2004
Posts: 91
are the two dots supposed to be before the /WEB-INF

i'm new at this so that might be really stupid but I don't have those in my files
Zak Nixon
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Joined: Sep 27, 2003
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Those dots have been removed but the error remains the same.

Zak
Zak Nixon
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Joined: Sep 27, 2003
Posts: 126
Finally figured it out. Even though this error doesn't
help in anyway figure out what is going on, I found it.
The error was in my struts-config.xml file when I placed
an '!' in a form-bean field.....

How stupid am I?
Then :
Now:
Zak Nixon
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Joined: Sep 27, 2003
Posts: 126
Finally figured it out. Even though this error doesn't
help in anyway figure out what is going on, I found it.
The error was in my struts-config.xml file when I placed
an '!' in a form-bean field.....

How stupid am I?
Then :
Now: :sleep

Zak
 
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