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I found a question as following in one of mock papers:


What are correct statements about creating scripting variables for a Tag::

1) It is necessary to implement TagExtraInfo interface.
2) You have to insert into the tag element of the taglib descriptor file an entry for tei-class element.
3) The interface you have to implement has a method called getVariableInfo.
4) None of the previous.


Answer is 1,2,3.Please explain me how and what are scripting variables ?
 
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Hey Agrah

All the above three options are out of scope for SCWCD1.4 as those are thngs we had to do for using scripting variables in JSP1.2

Best Wishes for the Exam!!
 
agrah upadhyay
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Thanx Mike!
 
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