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default value of body-content tag

 
Abhishek Sharma
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Hi ranchers,

I have some confusion on the default value of body-content tag in following cases

1) Tag files (empty,scriptless,tagdependent)
2) Simple Tags (empty,scriptless,tagdependent,jsp)
3) Custom Tags (empty,scriptless,tagdependent,jsp)

i have written all the possible values of this tag in various cases (as per my knowledge please correct me if i am wrong).

what will the default values in these scenarios.


Thanks in advance
Abhishek
 
Anupama Ponnapalli
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Simple tags cannot have body-content "JSP".

Cheers,
Anu
 
Boobalan Jegathesan
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Hi,

Scriptless is the default value of Body-Content for both Simple and tag file model.Both never accepts direct Java stuff and sciptlets.

for classic I think empty but I am not sure.Anyone please do clarify this doubt...
 
Ali Gohar
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For classic there is no default value. <body-content> is mandatory in classic tags
 
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