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eclipse doesn't understand bean:write?

Ryan G Johnson
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I am getting an error when i use bean:write with eclipse. I am assuming i need add an external jar. which one do i add?
Timothy Sam
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Have you tried adding





at the very first line of your JSP?


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Ryan G Johnson
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this is what i have at the top. I added the tag you requested.

<%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/struts-bean.tld" prefix="bean" %>
<%@ taglib uri="http://jakarta.apache.org/struts/tags-bean" pefix="bean" %>
Pavan Tummala
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Have u added the tld file itself? the struts-bean.tld, struts-logic.tld etc..


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Ryan G Johnson
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what do i add the .tld file to? how do i add it in eclipse?
Timothy Sam
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Hi, if you're tomcat is integrated with your eclipse then perhaps you could try taking a look in your web.xml and compare it to mine.



and in your workspace


ECLIPSE_HOME\WEB-INF\lib

you should have the struts.jar file there which I assume you already have in your TOMCAT_HOME\common\lib (if you've used struts without eclipse before). If not, try looking for it on the internet.

~Cheers


[ January 24, 2006: Message edited by: Timothy Sam ]
Pavan Tummala
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Place the tld files in web-inf and specify it in the web.xml as shown above
 
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