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Hi,
I have one doubt on jsp.pls give me answer.

I have one jsp file.It includes 4 jsp files.If i made any changes in any one of 4 jsp files.which files will compile,only master file and child file will compile or all files will compile.
pls give me answer.
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kishore
 
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Depends on whether you using include directive or include action.

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Hi Saket Barve,
Can u explain that one.Because if i use directive or action,first time its taking too much time for giving response.can u explain this one.
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