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struts-html.tld not found help me please

 
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Iam making a form in struts in which i make on gui using tag libraries struts-html.tld and struts-bean.tld ,but the problem is the when i compile my jsp page the error comes that the struts-html.tld not found i did the right mapping int the struts-config.xml and web.xml but the problem is not solved

here iam sending the source code please help me

Struts-config.xml



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web.xml
============================


======================
Address.jsp
==========================



======================
AddressForm.java
======================


Source code fro my bean

Iam putting the my tlds in the right folder WEB-INF but problem is not solved


this is the error
org.apache.jasper.JasperException: File "/WEB-INF/struts-html" not found


plaase help me with explanation
 
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If you are using Servlet 2.4 container, then you don't need tld files in the WEB-INF folder. The container automatically searches for tlds in jar files in the lib folder. So you can directly use taglib directive in your JSP page as given here. In that case you'll have to use taglib directives which look like this
With these taglib directives, you don't need to define taglib in your web.xml and you don't need to put struts-bean.tld and struts-html.tld in the WEB-INF folder...
 
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