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HFSJ chapter 7 Question No:6

 
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HFSJ chapter 7 using JSP Exm question 6 :

<%@ page isELIgnored="true" %> What is the effect ?

Option D: The JSP containing this diective should NOT have any Expression Lamguage code evaluated by the JSP container.

Option E: This page directive will only turn off EL evaluation if the DD declares a <el-ignored>true</el-ignore> element with a URL pattern that included this JSP.

Books sayd Option E is correct . what I feel is Option D is correct? Could anyone clarify this?
 
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Your JSP can have EL but the container consider it like a plain text if <%@ page isELIgnored="true" %>

Look the option D. It says your page should not have EL so its wrong one.
E is the correct one.
 
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Fine Option D is wrong. Then how is this option E is correct? It says it will turn of EL evaluation ONLY if declared in DD. That's also worng right? Just because of that 'ONLY' in taht statement
 
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I'm also agree with you that's is wrong because of the word ONLY. In the page 320:The page directive takes priority over the DD setting.so it isn't necessary to specify the <el-ignored> in the DD file.
 
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D is correct one
 
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Official answer is D on my book.
 
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Originally posted by Saju Pappachen:
HFSJ chapter 7 using JSP Exm question 6 :

<%@ page isELIgnored="true" %> What is the effect ?

Option D: The JSP containing this diective should NOT have any Expression Lamguage code evaluated by the JSP container.



In "should NOT have any Expression Lamguage code evaluated by the JSP container" if we focus on evaluated by JSP container then D seems right
 
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