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Defuault value for required element

 
Yoshita Jain
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The default value for 'body-content' element under taglib in tld is JSP. What is the default value for the 'required' element?
 
Yoshita Jain
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Hi I'm sorry about the multiple posts for the same topic... had refreshed my browser window and the post got duplicated. Request the Admin/Moderator to delete the extra posts..
 
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Request the Admin/Moderator to delete the extra posts..

Done this time. But you can do it yourself by going to the thread, editing your message () and checking the "Delete post" check box.
 
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Your statement on body-content is not correct. Please check this FAQ.
About "required", I suppose you are referring to the "attribute" tag ? The default value is "false".
 
Yoshita Jain
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Yes I was referring to the required element under 'attribute' tag. However, regerding the <body-content> I remember having come across questions and places where it is said JSP is default (for Classic Tags I think).

Also please refer to this thread here

http://www.coderanch.com/t/171574/java-Web-Component-SCWCD/certification/body-content-default-value

Kindly advise.
 
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Request the Admin/Moderator to delete the extra posts..


I was trying to delete the entire topic for the new threads . Thanks neways.
 
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