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Frederik Ericsson
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Hello Friends,

I dont understand.. any1 can explain please.

Inside the body ( <elemnent>body</element> of which elements can you use the element jsp aram?

1) <jsp:include ...>
2) <jsp:forward ...>
3) <jsp arams >
4) <servlet-params...>


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with regards,
Chiyan
 
Sai Patnala
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I think i answered this in your other question about mandatory attributes of various standard actions.

Answer to this question:
<jsp aram> can only show up as body of <jsp:include> <jsp:forward> and <jsp arams> standard actions. No where else is this applicable and results in translation error if it did.
 
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Hi,
Thanks for your reply.
Chiyan
 
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Hello,

In the JSP2.0 Spec, its clearly mentioned

look @ here JSP 5.6, Page 148. in the first 2 lines its clearly mentioned.

with regards,
Sethu.
 
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