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Taglib URI

Taglib URI

Taglib URI

I am fairly new to struts, I have a question regarding importing a taglib.

I have seen two ways people import taglibs:

1. <%@ taglib uri="http://struts.apache.org/tags-bean" prefix="bean" %>

2. <@ taglib uri="WEBINF/tlds/bean.tlds prefix="bean" %>

What is the difference between the two?

RE: Taglib URI

The difference is in the version of struts. #1 is struts 1.1 style and #2 is struts 1.0 style. When using the older style, you need to have a subdirectory off of WEB-INF for putting the *.tld files.

I am using Struts 1.1 and my JSPs still use the older 1.0 style and they work fine. However we do have all the tld files, and I don't know that they are part of the newer struts distributions.

Good luck.

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