JSTL


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JSTL

(JSP Standard Tag Library) A set of software routines in Java that are used in JSP pages by referencing them with tags. The JSTL is a common resource used by all JSP programmers; however, JSP custom tags can be written by any programmer who wants to develop a reusable routine. See JSP tag.
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The Librados suite of application integration products allows backend enterprise application functionality to be integrated and exposed into a J2EE application server or web server environment as XML, web services, JSTL, JAXB or an ISV's own proprietary format.
Some of the features of TurboM2 include: -- Use of the JSTL and extensions of the JSTL in order to provide equivalent tag support as the Struts HTML taglib -- Declarative configuration and error handling -- Automated conversion of request data into Java data objects -- Interoperability with the J2EE servlet security model -- Configurable delegation of requests and responses to developer-provided application controllers -- Controller chaining, including configurable decorators, to allow composing of complex application behaviors from reusable elements -- Java IDE plug-in for Netbeans and Eclipse users -- Junit test case frameworks with HTTP mock objects -- Configurable binding to common utilities, for example, logging
The Librados suite of application adapters allows backend enterprise application functionality to be integrated and exposed into any J2EE application server or Web server environment as XML, Web services, JSTL, JAXB or an ISV's own proprietary format.