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This site:

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-taglibs/nightly/projects/request/

to download tag library seemingly has been retired.

The book I am reading requires for me to download the latest Tag Library from this site. It is no longer available.

Question: Where can I download the latest Tag Library?

Thank you.
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Or use link on this page.  
http://stackoverflow.com/tags/jstl/info
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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With this link, only Glass Fish is utilized? It should be independent of wheather we use Glass Fish or Tomcat; but I am asking just to be sure. Could you please comment on this?

Thanks
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by:rrz
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Just go ahead and use link on  
http://stackoverflow.com/tags/jstl/info
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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FYI, I am trying to learn about how to use tag library. And that sadid, I am sure either my work computer has them somewhere or I can use what is on the network. So, Iwhere can I search to locat it to use it instead of doenloading with what I already have?

I am expected to execute something like:

>jar xvf request-examples.war

Also, if you may, send me an email in m profile.

Thanks.
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Let's begin again.  
>FYI, I am trying to learn about how to use tag library  
Which tag library ?  

>jar xvf request-examples.war  
I am confused here. Don't you have Tomcat installed on your machine ?
What are you trying to do at the command line ?
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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it says, download tag library and uncompress it. you will have jakarta-taglibs containing required to deploy and test tag library (i am assuming any tag library example will do, request most likely).

then, it adds: look inside request directory for:
- request.jar
- request.tld
- request-doc.war
- request-examples.war <-- contains a sample web application to demonstrate how to use the Request Tag Library.

continues...
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>it says,  
What says ? Please specify with link.
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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the idea here is to go through the strucrure of the web application and the content of various files. now exuting:

...webapps\begjsp-ch06\>jar xvf request-examples.war

if successful, you should see several messages confirming the creation and extraction of directories and files. To start up
:
http...webapps\begjsp-ch06\

to bring up index.html  ... click submit..
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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book says. I tried to type some parts of the book I am reading. "Begining JSP Web Developememnt" by Jayson Falkner... page136 chapter 6 in case you have the book.
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I don't have that book.  
> >jar xvf request-examples.war  
But this command  extracts the files from the war.
To see the options for the jar command,  type  
...webapps\begjsp-ch06\>jar
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Which tag library are you trying to get here?
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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Index.html will com up and on it there will be a submit button. Up on clicking on this button, request.jsp and response.jsp tags are engaged then the book will expalin some points about the process.

Here my questions and concerns are:

- to locate and download tag library.
- uncompreess the download.
- run jar command (would this mess up my computer? if the tag library already exists, etc).

From that point on it should be easy to follow. I can open a new question if this is becoming a never endin thread.

Mike
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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re:> Which tag library are you trying to get here?

I suppose request/response in fact if they are tags? Otherwise, I will find out later. At this point what tags are involved are sort of irrelevant if you may.
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I don't have the book. I don't know what you need now.
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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for this post purpose: - How to locate and download tag library.

The link says: JSTL is available in different versions

1. You could suggest what should I download based on my JDK and Tomcat version.
2. If I downoad it and uncompress it, would it mess up what I may have in my laptop?

Ther rest (if any additional questions), we can handle later.

I wll post my JDK and Tomcat versions shortly.

Mike
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I have Tomcat 5.0 and j2sdk1.4.2_01
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Download jstl-1.2.jar from  
http://stackoverflow.com/tags/jstl/info 
Put the jar into  
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.0\common/lib  

>2. If I downoad it and uncompress it,
You don't need to unzip it. Just go ahead and use it in your web app.
> would it mess up what I may have in my laptop?  
No.
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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I downloaded to ...\coomon\lib
Now there are 73 files in this folder including jstl-1.2.jar. From my previouse post, I was supposed to download "Jakarta-Taglibs" containing :

- request.jar
- request.tld
- request-doc.war
- request-examples.war

And I was supposed to run

>jar xvf request-examples.war  

to get and run "index,html" in it to see index_html.JPG attached and upon clicking a submit button I will get another page shown in irequest_jsp.JPG attached.

I will follow the rest in another thread because this is getting to long.

Thank you very much for your time. I hope to hear from you.

Mike    

sorry not accepting images although they are under 50 kb each.
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Did you write a simple JSP to test JSTL ?
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re:> sorry not accepting images although they are under 50 kb each.
I am revising to read: sorry EE was not accepting images uplloades for some reason (although they were under 50 kb each).

re:> Did you write a simple JSP to test JSTL ?

I am not quite sure what JSTL is. And my intenton in this thread was to follow what the book I am reading says. The book wanted me to open index_html included in the subfolders after I excute:

>jar xvf request-examples.war  

This first opens index_html.JPG. On this page there is a submit button which upon click opens irequest_jsp.JPG. I will try to upload these images again hopping they will upload.

No chance. It tells me: "Please enter a description for each file you uploaded. " but doen't give me the usual text box to enter the description of the upload.

Mike
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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I zipped the images to upload.
index-html.zip
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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I had to tab several times to bring up the description text box otherwise not visible (accessible).
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by:rrz
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What year was that book published ?  I think they are talking about
http://attic.apache.org/projects/jakarta-taglibs.html 
http://tomcat.apache.org/taglibs/

Anyway I suggest that you learn  JSTL.  
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JavaServer_Pages_Standard_Tag_Library   
Download it(see above) and just start playing with it.  Remember google is your friend.
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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Thank you very much.

I see year 2001 on it (out of print). I have ordered the book titled Head First Servlets and JSP which new.

Mike
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