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Unable to load class choose - JSTL

Unable to load class choose - JSTL

Unable to load class choose - JSTL


 I want to include JSTL in my struts frame work. When the particular page is open it shows Unable to load class choose
in a paruclar line

<%@ taglib prefix="c" uri="http://java.sun.com/jstl/core"; %>
<c:when test="${type == 'edit'}">
<html:text property="startDate" styleClass="textbuttonborder" value="edit"/>
<html:text property="startDate" styleClass="textbuttonborder"/>

In web.xml

jstl.jar is in
 Please let me know the problem what misktake made. what i have to do. Thanks in advance.

With regards,

RE: Unable to load class choose - JSTL


antoher one information i exatracted the jstl.jar, i cheked
it out. For in c.tld it is mapped with some class file.
but it  is not there. Can u tell me where i download the
recent jstl.jar(exact location or step by step) and also tell the solution for above question. Tahnk u,

With regards,

RE: Unable to load class choose - JSTL


 Copy the c.tld under WEB-INF of the webapplication.

 In web.xml

in the JSP page you need to define

<%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/c.tld" prefix="c" %>

make sure you have the jstl.jar in WEB-INF/lib


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