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JSP custom tags have been adopted by JSP developers as a way of abstracting complex code out of the page and into reusable components. This article introduces TagUnit--an easy-to-use tool that makes it possible to comprehensively test JSP tags.
JSP custom tags have been adopted by JSP developers as a way of abstracting complex code out of the page and into reusable components. This article introduces TagUnit -- an easy-to-use testing tool that makes it possible to comprehensively test JSP tags.

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