JDeveloper 10.1.3.2 pdk-struts taglib doesn't work

Hi all,
I just installed new jDev version (10.1.3.2) and I migrated all projects and setting from 10.1.3.1, but I still got a little/big problem with PDK-Struts taglib.
In the previous jDev version portlet add-in wasn't include and to use pdk-struts integrate in the IDE I managed it as a JSP TagLib and everythings works fine.
In new version the taglib in native and ready (it doesn't required to be registered!) to use but when I'm building the project I found and exception
Error: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/struts/taglib/html/FormTag
mind!!!
- the same project in version 10.1.3.1 has no problem to build
- I checked and seleted all the libraries required
Anyone knows why the new jDev version doesn't work??
please someone helpMe!!!!
Regards
spig@

Yea, I had those "is not a registered namespace in TLD" errors too, but regarding Struts HTML... I had to go to the Project properties and add the library.. (It went missing during conversion)
Its frustrating and I know how you feel. Try this, try that and still doesnt work. My advice is to remove taglibs. Close Jdev. Open Jdev add them again. It have to work. Also it might help to delete class directories. Also be aware that some libraries are kept in "\WEB-INF\lib" and during conversion they remained (those libraries were from old Jdev you have to replace them with new version)
So, all in all keep tryng, it have to work :)
Good luck...

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