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JSTL TLD

 
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Where can I find the JSTL TLD? IMO Sun is hiding this.
 
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Have you down-loaded a JSTL implementation? If so, the tld's are in the jar files.
 
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Thank you. It's in a jar file. But it was not the one I expected.
 
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What is it you are looking for?
 
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I was looking for c.tld. I thought it might have been in jstl.jar but it was in standard.jar. I wanted to know if forTokens, attibute items was rtexprvalue = true. But it's not.
 
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rtexpvalues is supported in JSTL. They created two sets of taglibs.
For example, look for c and c_rt.
 
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Yes, in JSTL 1.0 there are separate TLDs for rt and non-rt tags. This separation goes away with JSTL 1.1.
 
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