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HFSJ Page#338 Q#13

 
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It says :
Which statement about disabling scripting elements are true?
(choose all that applys) and in answer it says only D option is correct.

why answer B ( you can only disable scripting at application level ) is false ???

if we set <url-pattern>*.jsp</url-pattern>
<scripting-invalid>true</<scripting-invalid>

wont it be disable it for whole application for all jsp files??
Pleae help!!
Thnx
 
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My opinion:
Because it says only at the application level. Ant it's not! You can disable it for just a single page, for example. Thus, you're not disabling at application level!
 
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Got U.
Thnx
 
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