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  • #16
    Originally posted by TasosCeid View Post
    From your quoted post it seams that you have set right the jstl and standar lib. It prints the the value you want. But, when you write:

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    <c:out value="param.error" />
    you tell to print the string "param.error". In order to print the value of the variable param.error you have to write ${param.error}. Generally, when you want to use a parameter in jsp you put it in ${....}.

    Did you try this?
    Yes i tried that one. actually i did not try <c:out value="param.error" />, it was typo error here, what i meant is i tried this <c:out value="${param.error}" />. but still the same thing happens..

    -marckun

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    • #17
      What IDE do you use?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by TasosCeid View Post
        What IDE do you use?
        I am using MyEclipse (7.1 i think).

        -marckun

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        • #19
          I don't know how in eclipse, but there is a slight possibility that you have to define it to your IDE. Import libraries or something like this, from project settings. It seems that, although you put the jar files, the classes are not included at the build of your application.

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