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Problem with JSTL

 
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Well after using scriptlets for a long time, I was using JSTL yesterday but I couldn't make it work. I was doing this



There was an object myComp in the request scope. Still the code in the if didn't got executed. Using EL worked fine



I used <c:choose> <c:when> and it worked in case of a session scoped attribute. Did I do something wrong with the <c:if>??
 
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Hi, Ankit use >
 
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I tried to use EL but it said that you can't use EL according to the TLD file. I'm using this tag library

<%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jstl/core" prefix="c"%>

I tried using ne instead of != but it didn't work without the EL...
 
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Hi, Ankit I think you are using JSTL1.0, try using JSTL1.1, JSP2.0. And change the taglib directive to
 
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What led you to believe that null was valid in the EL? Check out the empty operator.
 
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Null is legal, as are comparisons to it. Empty might be better, unless you need to specifically check for an empty container vs. a null object.
 
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Yes, that was it. I was using the wrong version of JSTL . I was suspicious that's why I posted the taglib directive here .

Thanks Chinmaya, Bear and David ...
 
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David Newton wrote:Null is legal, as are comparisons to it.


Oops. Brain fart.
 
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