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Code Conventions for the JavaServer Pages Technology Version 2.0

Celinio Fernandes
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Edit: please move this topic either to SCWCD forum or JSP forum,
I realized too late that i was in the wrong forum.
Thanks.


hi,
what are the main differences between
the code Conventions for the JavaServer Pages Technology Version 1.x
and the code Conventions for the JavaServer Pages Technology Version 2.0 ?

Also, I am trying to find the equivalent of this page
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/javaserverpages/code_convention/
but specifically for JSP 2.0.
Has it been written yet ?

Thanks
[ November 16, 2006: Message edited by: Max Fernandes ]

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Bear Bibeault
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I didn't even know that article existed, and in searching about I was unable to find an updated one.

Of course in JSP 2.0, everything is simplified by not using scriptlets, sciplet expressions or scriptlet declarations on the page.


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Ben Souther
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I would think that a true scriptless JSP could follow the conventions for HTML or XML and wouldn't need one of its own.


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