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tld and tag files directory structure

 
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Hey,

First of all we can put those files any where in web directory structure right? i mean things not in correct directory container will just consider some files to be deliver to client. will not give any error right?

We know tld files can be in either directly in WEB-INF or in a sub direcotry of WEB_INF and this sub directly should not need to be name as "tlds" right? can be any name which container wont care and same with tag files also...directory name can be any name right? no need to be "tags" exactly..HFSJ book shows the directory structure with those names..that is why i asked

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First of all we can put those files any where in web directory structure right?
i mean things not in correct directory container will just consider some files to be deliver to client.

will not give any error right?


You're right. No error. Just simple files.

We know tld files can be in either directly in WEB-INF or in a sub direcotry of WEB_INF and this sub directly should not need to be name as "tlds" right?


Yes

and same with tag files also...directory name can be any name right?


No, Tag files (which are not in a JAR) must be put in the "WEB-INF/tags" directory, or one of its subdirectory.
 
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