Recipe 23.2 Downloading the Java Web Services Developer Pack


You want to download the Java Web Services Developer Pack (WSDP) so that you can use a JSTL 1.1 reference implementation.


Visit the Sun Microsystems Java WSDP download site at webservices /jwsdp.


The Java WSDP Version 1.2 contains reference implementations of the JSTL 1.1, as well as several other web tier technologies, including the Servlet API 2.4 and JSP 2.0. The WSDP is bundled with Tomcat 5, so once you install the WSDP you can experiment with the various technologies, including JavaServer Faces, Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB), Java API for XML Processing, and Java API for XML-based RPC (Jax-RPC).

The Java WSDP 1.2 installs on both Windows and various Unix systems, such as Solaris and Linux. Recipe 23.15 shows how to use JSTL 1.1 functions; I use the WSDP for this recipe.

Using Tomcat 5 and the new JSTL 1.1 features such as functions and the embedding of EL code in template text requires you to use the servlet API 2.4 version of web.xml . See Recipe 23.15 for more details on this issue.

See Also

The Sun Microsystems Java WSDP download site at:; Recipe 23.15 on using JSTL 1.1 functions ; Sun's JSTL information page:; Recipe 23.3 on using the core tags; Recipe 23.4 and Recipe 23.5 on using XML- related tags; Recipe 23.6 on using the formatting tags; Recipe 23.7 and Recipe 23.8 on the JSTL's SQL features; Recipe 23.9-Recipe 23.14 on using the EL to access scoped variables , cookies, and JavaBean properties.

Java Servlet & JSP Cookbook
Java Servlet & JSP Cookbook
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