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<%@page isELIgnored="true"%> what is the effect? A:Nothing B:The directive turns off evaluation of EL code by container in all of eb appln's jsps C:Jsp containing this directive shud be treated as well formed XML D:The jsp containing this directive shud not have any EL code evaluated by the container E:This page will turn off directive only if <el-ignored>true</el-ignored> in DD
The answer is E. But I think it shud be D , cos DD has least priority. If the directive says ignore, it is ignored in jsp, am I right? Please reply
As per as my understanding,if <el-ignored> is not all specified in DD(default is true) then jsp engine does not care for the directive value "isELEnabled" in any JSP page. But if DD has someting for <el-ignored> then the value will be overiden by the directive value.
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