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Using the JSTL

  • Sue Spielman
  • Meeraj Kunnumpurath
  • Neil Ellis
  • James L. Weaver

Abstract

The JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) came about under JSR-52 of the Java Community Process (JCP). You can find the specification at http://jcp.org/jsr/detail/52.jsp. JSR-52 covers the creation of a standard tag library for JavaServer Pages (JSP) and allows this library to be available to all compliant JSP containers. The JSTL is a comprehensive set of standard actions that most (if not all) JSP developers can use. The real value of the JSTL is that it provides a way to dramatically increase the productivity of JSP authors. The standard actions are delivered in a simple, flexible fashion that can reduce the learning curve of creating JSPs. While the JSTL is meant to be used with JSP technology, it’s actually a separate set of functionality.

Keywords

Uniform Resource Locator Body Content Configuration Setting XPath Expression Scope Attribute 
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© Sue Spielman, Meeraj Kunnumpurath, Neil Ellis, and James L. Weaver 2004

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  • Sue Spielman
  • Meeraj Kunnumpurath
  • Neil Ellis
  • James L. Weaver

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