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JSTL Tag lib queries

 
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Hi,

I've implemented Standard tag lib in Eclipse Helios Edition.
Currently, I'm able to use those tags like


and <c:set> etc...

But in eclipse Helios, i was expecting like... When i start writing c: tag.. I should
get all the suggestion list.....

Like this...


Can it be done in eclipse Helios...???

If yes... Please help....

Thanks.
 
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Do you have the EE version? Do you have the taglib declaration in the JSP? Completion is working fine for me.
 
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Thanks for your reply.

Yes. I've EE Version.... And also have the declaration of taglib in my JSP...

I'm asking about the suggestion list which you get while typing any character after

"<"

Have you made any relative changes to your web.xml file...???

Something like <taglib>....???
 
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No changes to the deployment descriptor are necessary. All that needs to happen is for the JSTL jar file(s) to be added to the class path.
 
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This is my .classpath file....




But there is written somethingabout jstl... Right..??

Is there any problem with that...??
 
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Problem solved... Now i am getting that suggestions list.... May be eclipse restart was required.... Thanks anyways....

 
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