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Disabling Scripting

Sharma Anjali
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Joined: Feb 22, 2005
Posts: 63
Page 332 HF
Ques 13

Which statements about disabling scripting elemetns are true?

B. You can only disable scripting at application level.
D. You can disable scriptng via the DD using <scripting-invakid> element.

To me both B, D look correct but the book says only D is correct.
Deepa Korecherla
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Joined: Jul 14, 2004
Posts: 197
Originally posted by Sharma Anjali:
Page 332 HF
Ques 13

Which statements about disabling scripting elemetns are true?

B. You can only disable scripting at application level.
D. You can disable scriptng via the DD using <scripting-invakid> element.

To me both B, D look correct but the book says only D is correct.


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B is not correct.......b'coz u can disable scripting for a specific jsp page also...like other.jsp in url-pattern....instead of whole app..like *.jsp


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