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Hi all,

I have a doubt,If a <body-content> tag is declared empty you can't put any thing in the body of the tags except <jsp:attribute.../>.
its mentioned in HSFJ that <jsp:attribute> tags don't count as body content..
why is it so? could any one please tell what might be the reason? why its not considered as a body? what would be the purpose of this?


Thanks in advance.
 
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one reason that I could think of is that <jsp:attribute> allows you to declare attributes that have long values for instance.
 
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