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clarification reg jsp:invoke, variable directive etc..

 
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Are jsp:invoke, variable directives in tag files and dynamic-attributes / DynamicAttributes interface covered in the exam syllabus? Chapter 10 does not even mention about these, but there are quite a few mock-exam questions at the end of the chapter regarding these...those who have taken the exam please respond if you got questions in the exam in these areas.
 
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I had a question abiut dynamic attributes. something like "Is it enough to use dynamic attributes, when taglib.tld has <dynamic-attributes>true</dynamic-attributes> element?"
I think, you can encounter questions concerning any aspect of tags.
 
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Sergey,
From which book did you learn these? I suppose these are not covered fully in the HFJS book, other than the mock-exam questions.
 
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I used Servlet specification and JSP specification
 
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