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    My simple JSP example does not work. I get this error message:

    The absolute uri: cannot be resolved in either web.xml or the jar files deployed with this application

    I have included the 2 jar files, and I can access that url, so what is the cause?

    This also leads to another question: Does the pdf conversion happen in my site, or is any data sent out to for the actual conversion?


    1. Obviously PD4ML JSP taglib (pd4ml_tl.jar – part of PD4ML distribution) is missing in WEB-INF/lib.

    2. The conversion happens in your environment – no data sent to


    I am having the same problem but every jar file is included.


    Forgot to include error message in Eclipse which is:
    Can not find the tag library descriptor for “”

    #29019 in the context is not an URL, but an unique identifier of a JSP tag library (pd4ml_tl.jar).

    If the JAR is correctly added to your web application it “registers” itself among application resources under the name.

    If your application tries to unsuccessfully connect the URL, that means there is a webapp misconfiguration.

    I would recommend to download the most recent version of PD4ML, install it and to make sure there is no old cached instances of pd4ml.jar in the working dir of the application etc.

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