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jsp:include -> page attribute.

Manikandan Jayaraman
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Joined: Sep 15, 2004
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Hi All,

I found this question in HF Servlets & JSP book and want to confirm the answer. Can anyone clarify?



How to answer this question? When they say path of the header.html, should I answer for a relative path w.r.t myapp (answer B) or full path (answer C)?


Regards,<br />Mani<br />SCJP 1.4 (95%)<br />SCWCD 1.4 (94%)
Deepak Bala
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They specifically mentioned that the name of the app was myapp. So thats a little hint that the path should be absolute and include the myapp directory. As long as you know what the concept is you are good. The real exam will specify the type of path explicitly.


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