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In which jar file,the SimpleTagSupport class is available?

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Hi could please tell me in which jar file the SimpleTagSupport class is available
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It is for example in the jsp-api-2.1-6.0.0.jar depending on the version you use.
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Or if you use JBoss for example it is in the javax.servlet.jsp.jar inside the %JBOSS_HOME%\server\[portalname]\lib directory
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You can use the site findjar.com to find the jars for any class. Almost all classes are in several jars.

http://www.findjar.com/class/javax/servlet/jsp/tagext/SimpleTagSupport.html
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