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Originally posted by prabhu venkatachalam: ...The JSP containing this directive should not have any EL code evaluated by the JSP container Eventhough In JSP, you add page attribute "isELIgnored="true"". That page can have EL expression, but it will not get evaluated(It will be consider as plain text.).
Hi Prabhu: How about option D read like The JSP containing this directive should not have any EL code evaluated by the JSP container? and option E read like This page directive will only turn off EL evaluation if the DD declares a <el-ignored>true</el-ignored> element with a URL pattern that includes this JSP.
The only correct answer is D. The reason why E is not correct is that it is not necessary for the <el-ignored> declaration in the deployment descriptor for the isElIgnored page attribute to be active. Remember, an exam option to be correct it must be correct under *all* circumstances.
Also, if there every was an errata on this, then it has been removed.
Thanks for you patience.
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