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in taglib directive, uri can be a path

 
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In taglib directive,
uri value must be match the uri defined in the TLD.
Also uri value can be the path of TLD.
I am wondering whether the second statement is correct.
 
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Yes,uri value can be the path of TLD.
If URI is pathname, it is interpreted relative to the root of the web application and should resolve to a TLD file directly, or to a JAR file that has a TLD file at location META-INF/taglib.tld.

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Saurabh
 
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Thanks, Saurabh.
So uri can be:
1.uri in the tld
2.path of the tld
3.path of the jar which includes tld.
 
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Thank you Saurabh. I got it.
 
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