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where can we use jsp:param

 
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One of the jsp elements where we can use
<jsp aram name="aName" value="aValue"/> is inside <jsp:forward>...<.jsp:forward>.
where else can we use it?
 
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Based on SCWCD Exam Study Kit (Hanumant Desmukh, Jignesh Malavia)page 237,
<jsp aram /> elements can be nested within the <jsp:include > or <jsp:forward > element.
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according to jsp sepcification 1.2, <jsp aram> can be use with <jsp:include>, <jsp:forword> and <jsp arams>, where <jsp arams> is a sub-element of <jsp lugin>.
 
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