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language.properties and JSP - help

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Could someone explain to me the exact role of the language.properties
file in regards to JSP? I have a JAR file that is used to extend the
existing taglib declarations in JSP (specifically, bsf.jar) that
contains its own languages.properties file that seems to incorporate
an extension (e.g. "javascript", "netrexx", "jacl", "perl") to a
particular class (e.g. "org.apache.taglibs.bsf.engines.jacl", etc.).
Thus far in my web application (ColdFusion MX 6.1 using JRun 4.0) I am
only able to write JSP scripts using BSF as long as the scriptlet and
expression language is Javascript only and no others. I have not done
anything with the Rhino Mozilla Javascript class package nor extended
to the JVM classpath to include anything but bsf.jar. Thus, I
concluded the problem must be in the languages.properties file,
however, knowing little to nothing about its behavior is hampering me
from coming up with a viable solution.

Help would be appreciated. Thanx
Phil
Jul 17 '05 #1
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