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Making JSP content assist work in Eclipse

Eclipse has had nice HTML, JavaScript and JSP editor for a while now. They are part of the J2EE Standard Tools (JST) of the Web Tools Platform (WTP). When I create webapps I usually have the JSP pages in a WAR-like directory structure. This way I can point a Tomcat Context directly to this directory.
src
 +- java-webapps
     +- app1
          +- index.jsp
          +- WEB-INF
            +- jsp
            |   +- home.jsp
            |   +- form.jsp
            |
            +- lib
            |   +- taglibs-input-1.0.jar
            |   +- taglibs-standard-1.1.2.jar
            |   +- spring-1.2.8.jar
            +- web.xml
            +- spring-servlet.xml
            +- applicationContext.xml
If in the JSP editor you get warning marks on all tags from a taglib, then you need to put the taglib JARs into the WEB-INF/lib directory. It's not enough to have them in the classpath! It looks like the editor somehow recognizes the WAR structure and tries to get the libraries from it.

posted on 2006-10-11 10:10 CEST in Code | 0 comments | permalink