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Study kit review Question doubt

 
Renu Radhika
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You are given a tag library that has a tag named printReport. This tag may
accept an attribute, department, which cannot take a dynamic value. Which
of the following are correct uses of this tag? (Select two)
a <mylib rintReport/>
b <mylib rintReport department="finance"/>
c <mylib rintReport attribute="department" value="finance"/>
d <mylib rintReport attribute="department"
attribute-value="finance"/>
e <mylib rintReport>
<jsp:attribute name="department" value="finance" />
</mylib rintReport>

I thought the answer is b and e but the book say a and b
 
Christophe Verré
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This tag may accept an attribute department, so "a" and "b" are correct.

About "e", there is no "value" attribute in the jsp:attribute action. You must use its body to set something. Like :
 
K Sanjeet
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I think e is also correct since its just the same thing as b. So b and e look to be correct to me. Please correct me if I am wrong.
 
Renu Radhika
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Thanks Santou.It made sense to me :-)
 
Christophe Verré
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Sanjeetz,
Please reread my last post and you will see that the jsp:attribute tag has no "value" attribute.

Also, could you please check the ranch's Naming Policy and change your name accordingly ? Thank you
 
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