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HFSJ- Custom Tag dev - Q 17

 
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Hi all,

This is about a question in Chapter 10 of HFSJ. The question goes like this.

Given a tag, SimpleTag, whose handler is implemented using the Simple tag model and a tag, ComplexTag, whose handler is implemented using the Classic tag model. Both tags are declared to be non-emply in the TLD.

Which JSP code snippets are valid uses of these tag?




And the correct option is ambiguous. The book says, Option A is correct.

A.
<my:simpleTag>
<my:complexTag/>
</my:simpleTag>



How can this be correct..?? Simple tag has a body... but what about complex tag.?? According to TLD it should also have the body.

Please suggest.
 
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It can have a body but it doesn't have to.
 
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Originally posted by Musab Al-Rawi:
It can have a body but it doesn't have to.



This is contradictory to the following.

Both tags are declared to be non-emply in the TLD.

 
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