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doubt on custom tags..

 
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Header.tag


index.jsp


first.tld looks like:


If i run the above index.jsp in Tomcat I am getting error as follows.

exception
org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /index.jsp(4,2) Attribute subTitle invalid for tag Header according to TLD

root cause
org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /index.jsp(4,2) Attribute subTitle invalid for tag Header according to TLD

Everything else is fine..
Can anybody help me where I made mistake...?

Thanks in Advance
 
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<#@ attribute name="subTitle" required="true"%>


What is this # ?
 
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Oops...
It's typo. I never seen this
Thanks Christophe

I think defining tag file's in TLD file is optional right?
 
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Yes it's optional if you leave the Tag files under WEB-INF/tags. But you'll need one if you package your Tag Files in a JAR.
 
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