Correct answer is (a) JSP containing the directive will not evaluate EL expressions. If there's a conflict between the <el-ignored> setting in the DD and isELIgnored attribute of the page directive, the directive takes precedence over DD declaration. Hence even if <el-ignored> is declared as true or false in DD, the jsp containing the directive <%@ page isELIgnored = "true" %> will not evaluate EL expressions
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Joined: Aug 06, 2007
But in mock answer ans is option b page 336 of HFS(option e) thanks
Joined: Mar 26, 2008
well.. I answers based on the real question. The question 6 on page 330 of HFSJ does not have any option as (a) JSP containing the directive will not evaluate EL expressions.
my complete answer was option D in that question which is: the jsp containing this directive should not have any expression code evaluated by the jsp container which basically means same as JSP containing the directive will not evaluate EL expressions.