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isELIgnored and el-ignored

 
Chaitanya Athanikar
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Hey guys,

HFS pg no 320 excellent table to remember when an EL expression would be evaluated and when they would be ignored.

When we say EL is enabled by default as opposed to assertions means isELIgnored is false and <el-ignored> also takes false value.When either of them is unspecified means they have false values for them unless explicitly mentioned as true.

When we say isELIgnored page directive unspecified means (false by default)and DD value of <el-ignored> is true means then in this case the EL expression would be ignored as page directive has precedence over DD value.

If my understanding is correct pls. check pg 325 excercise (1) row # 3.
I think the check mark should be in evaluated box and not in the ignored box.Pls. comment.

Thankx,
 
Jose Esteban
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The book is correct. Look at the JSP 2.0 spec, Table JSP.3-1.
 
ZHAN QING LUO
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I think if you don't specified isELIgnored in the page directive should means they will follow the DD <el-ignored>true</el-ignored>, so EL will be ignored.
 
Chaitanya Athanikar
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Thankx guys got the answer.Appreciate your time and effort.

 
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