element describes a URI identifying a Tag Library used in the Web
PCDATA ::= a URI spec. It may be either an absolute URI
specification, or a relative URI as in Section 2.5.2.
contains the location (as a resource) where to find the Tag Library
Description File for this Tag Library.
PCDATA ::= a resource location, as indicated in Section 2.5.2,
where to find the Tag Library Descriptor file.
The use of relative URI specifications enables very short names in the
<%@ taglib uri= /myPRlibrary prefix= x %>
If there is no
subelement that matches the URI used in a
the tag library descriptor will be searched in the location indicated by the URI itself.
This rule only applies to URIs that are relative URI specifications (as in Section 2.5.2).
This rule allows a
directive to refer directly to the TLD. This arrangement is very
convenient for quick development at the expense of less flexibility and accountability. For
example in the case above, it enables:
<%@ taglib uri= /tlds/PRlibrary_1_4.tld prefix= x %>