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Learning to Create and Use JSP Tag Libraries.

Hai,
I'm trying to Create and Execute a simple JSP Tag Library which just prints "Hello World." , but unable to succeed.

I've created the Tag Handler , .tld file and the corresponding JSP file which uses this Tag.
My actual problem is that i dont know where exactly do i have to save these programs and in which directories.

I'm using a Tomcat Server. I kindly request you to provide me a detailed solution ( along with the source code ) of a Hello World Tag Library with the exact locations of where to save the files and which files.

Also please explain me the " .tld " file in detail, especially regarding the which is also being used in the corresponding JSP file.

I kindly request you to provide the solution as soon as possible for which act i would be very thankful to you.

Thanking you ,
Kishore.



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  • joebeewjoebeew Member Posts: 61
    : Hai,
    : I'm trying to Create and Execute a simple JSP Tag Library which just prints "Hello World." , but unable to succeed.
    :
    : I've created the Tag Handler , .tld file and the corresponding JSP file which uses this Tag.
    : My actual problem is that i dont know where exactly do i have to save these programs and in which directories.
    :
    : I'm using a Tomcat Server. I kindly request you to provide me a detailed solution ( along with the source code ) of a Hello World Tag Library with the exact locations of where to save the files and which files.
    :
    : Also please explain me the " .tld " file in detail, especially regarding the which is also being used in the corresponding JSP file.
    :
    : I kindly request you to provide the solution as soon as possible for which act i would be very thankful to you.
    :
    : Thanking you ,
    : Kishore.
    :
    :
    :
    :
    check this out
    http://jakarta.apache.org/taglibs/doc/input-doc/intro.html

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