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doubt in HFSJ chapter 7 mock

 
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hi all,

i have doubts in hfsj chaper 7 mock

Q 6 :-

hfsj says "the isELIgnored directive always wins". this means if you ignore/dont ignore the EL evaluation by using the <el-ignored> tag in the D.D, then you can still override that setting in individual jsp's by using the isELIgnored directve"

in light of the above point, how come option E is the correct ansewer for question 6. as per my opinion, option D is correct.

Q 8 :-

is <jsp:getProperty> a standard action ? if not, what is it ???

please help me out,
niranjan
thnks in advnce
 
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jsp:getProperty is a standard action.
Concerning the rest, as I don't own the book, I can't help. Except if you post the questions and answers.
 
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thanks gaurav

thanks a lot

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so <jsp:getProperty> is a standard action
but the book says NO !!
please reply
 
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Yes, Standard JSP actions are

jsp:include , jsp:forward :- Enable JSP to reuse other web components.

jsp:useBean, jsp:setProperty, jsp:getProperty :- related to use of Java Beans in JSP

jsp lugin :- instruct engine to generate appropriate HTML code for embedding client side components such as applets.
 
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