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Adding third party tag libs some standard some not

Former Member
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Hi,

I am coming from the Java side, BEA Weblogic, Tomcat, JRun etc. I was coding using open source tags i.e. JSTL, Struts, Display Tag etc.

I have one question does anyone know if SAP plans on allowing us to allow third party tags, I have read some stuff on JSTL but nobody really has got it to work correctly. And changing the TLD is not something I think should be done. Also I am curious on the structure where would you stick the jar files like jstl.jar I see the portal-inf/lib Is this the same as web-inf/lib and gets picked up by the webserver?

Also if anyone has successfully imported any tags into there system. Please respond back I would love to know

Cheers,

Devlin

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Former Member
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Hi Devlin.

> And changing the TLD is not

> something I think should be done.

-> http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/e7/1f1e405d21c442e10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm

> I see the portal-inf/lib Is this the

> same as web-inf/lib and gets picked up by the

> webserver?

-> yes. http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/f9/561140d72dc442e10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm

Regards, Karsten

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Have you got JSTL working

peter_norris
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We're using JSTL 1.0 - not sure later versions will work with WAS6.40 because of the JSP version supported.

I cant remember the exact syntax for the URI but the address is relative to the current JSP so it's something like "/WEB-INF/tld".

Former Member
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WEB-INF are you doing this under your own framwork or Portal Netweaver Framework. I added the jstl tld files under PORTAL-INF/taglib. and in the portalapp.xml I added the following line <property name="c" value="taglib/c.tld"/>

I get a NPE exception. Does any of this sound familiar