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Vardhan Muthineni
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Joined: May 18, 2006
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HI
HOw to add tld file ex:struts-html.tld into out project folder lib from eclipse
Merrill Higginson
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TLD files generally go in the WEB-INF folder. If you're going to be developing Struts applications in eclipse, you should download the Eclipse Web and J2EE tools if you haven't already. Once you have these tools, you'll define your project as a "Dynamic Web Project" and it will have all the subdirectories needed.


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Vardhan Muthineni
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Joined: May 18, 2006
Posts: 8
hi
higginson thanks for u r response
I have the tld file that i downloaded
its in hardisk dirve suppose d:\ in my system
i wnat to add that tld file to my project's web-inf folder from eclipse
Mohammad Ibrahim
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Joined: Nov 28, 2004
Posts: 51
vardhan,

i use myeclipse and all i need to do is copy(using ctrl-c) the file from the system and paste(ctrl-p) it in the desired folder viewable in the project hierarchy in myeclipse.

hope this will do..

regards,
mohammad ibrahim
 
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