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custom tag and getAttribute

 
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I have written my first custom tag and it all works fine if i type


the problems come when i try and pass a session attribute to it.

sorry i know this is just syntax but my tutorial stopped before it got to anything like this
 
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What problems?

Please read this for more information.
 
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sorry, it was a compile error, so i thought the error would be glaringly obvious to someone who knew...
The compiler error is:
 
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Hi,
The custom tag "satable" is having searchstring attribute which is taking "jsp expression", for the taht you need to define in the TLD of this tag attribute value "rtexprvalue=true" as shown below..

<attribute>
<name>value</name>
<required>false/false</required>
<rtexprvalue>true</rtexprvalue>
</attribute>

I think i got your question correctly
 
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Hi



instead of this ,use below one




Hope This Helps
[ December 01, 2008: Message edited by: seetharaman venkatasamy ]
 
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thanks guys, i will try this next time i get to do some training
 
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