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riohk kurn
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I am just reading manning book, and I find it confusing in following question:
1. <jsp:include page="<%=testurl%>" />
2. <jsp:include page="%=testurl%" />
Since they both appear in the pervious section of the book and they are claimed as correct. However, in the quiz of the book, it said 1 is incorrect. But which one is correct? Thx!
 
trupti nigam
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1 is correct.
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riohk kurn
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Oh! I asked a stupid question. They are in different situations. One for jsp syntax, one for xml syntax. So, they can not be compared, and they are both correct in suitable situation, aren't they?
 
Maha Annadurai
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Yes.
In JSP (non-xml) format,
<jsp:include page="<%=pageUrl%>" /> is correct.
In XML format,
<%jsp:include page="%=pageUrl%" /> is correct.
Regards,
Maha Anna
 
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