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Hi ranchers

Do all these following 3 options mean the same of different.

1. <jsp:getProperty property="streetName" name="id"></jsp:getProperty>

2. <jsp:getProperty name="id" property="streetName"/>

3. <jsp:getProperty property="streetName" name="id"/>

Is that neccessary that jsp:getProperty should be a self closing tag.


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getProperty must be a legal XML tag (i.e. it must be an empty tag - I think you called it self-closing, or it must have a closing tag) the order of the attributes doesn't matter.

BTW: You can also get these properties using EL:

${id.streetName}
 
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