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Doubt in page directive isELIgnored

 
smitha nair
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Hi
I have a doubt in pge 336 qno:6 in HFS&jsp .The answer given is (E).I dont understand why the answer is E .why not D?because in page 320.It says either through a page directive or DD element..can anyone please clear this..
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Jose Esteban
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You are right. It is an errata.
 
Ram Naresh
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Smitha,
Please send the question also.
Ram
 
Sanjay pts
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Hope this URL will help u out.


http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/headservletsjsp/errata/headservletsjsp.confirmed
 
James Christian
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For the benefit of those without the book the question is concerning the following syntax.
the directive is basically saying that EL (expression language) elements are not to be evaluated in the JSP as EL elements. This is to allow for the fact that pre-EL some folk may have used EL-like expressions in their JSP's and would like to cancel out ill-effects.

The basic point in the issue in this forum is that the directive in the JSP overrides any configurations set in the DD (deployment descriptor)

I hope that makes things clear for everyone.
 
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