JSP best practices: Pack 'em up!: "Storing your taglibs in a local filesystem is great for in-house development and testing, but it's not a good permanent solution. Custom taglibs should be widely accessible, which means they must be distributed in a standard and secure manner. Brett McLaughlin explains how to JAR your custom taglibs for easier maintenance, distribution, and installation in any JSP-compliant Web container.
So far in this series we've kept our custom taglibs in a local filesystem, where we could easily access and manipulate them. While local access is great for in-house development and testing, it's not a good permanent solution. The whole point of custom taglibs is that they should be widely accessible, which means they must be distributed in a standardized way that also allows for some essential security measures. In this installment of JSP best practices, you'll learn how to package your custom taglibs in a JAR file for safe and easy distribution."
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