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TLD - Default value of <required> element

Kathiresan Chinna
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Hi there,

In TLD file for a custom tag
<attribute>
<name>
<required>
</attribute>

The <rtexprvalue> is optional and default is false.

Can anybody tell, whether <required> element is mandatory or not ?
if optional then what is the default value ?

Thanks
Kathir
Christophe Verré
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You can check this kind of thing in the JSP specification (download it if you don't have it yet). It's an optional tag, and it defaults to false.


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Kathiresan Chinna
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Thanks Christophe

I have JavaServer Pages™ Specification Version2.1
I see this only in attribute directive

Christophe Verré
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Be careful, you have to use the JSP 2.0 spec. The XML Schema is listed at Appendix JSP.C.1XML Schema for TLD, JSP 2.0. You'll find the description for all tags there.
Kathiresan Chinna
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