I'd like to ask question, probably a stupid one. Sorry about it, but I can't figure it out.
I've got here simple JSP page, with core taglib, it includes line like this:
<%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" prefix="c" %>
and this line is marked as an error.
1.Under given uri is just some not very well maintained page, not giving much valuable informations.
2.JSTL 1.2 should be part of EE application servers, so it does sound as a good to me to including .tld files or jstl jars in my project. Or should I do it?
3.I'm aware of 'Resources' tab in Settings, but to *what* should I point that uri?
Question two: I've got here simple web app, configured to use JBoss.
given line is marked as an error. When I add dependency to jstl.jar error goes away.
4. how's that possible?
5. as mentioned in 2) JSTL is part of EE, quoting java EE tutorial: "This library is automatically loaded into the classpath of all web applications running on the Application Server ...", so what is the proper way of getting rid of error, and why it is even occuring assuming JBoss is an application server?
Thanks in advance,