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Pg 568 19thQues more doubts???

 
cheenu Dev
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i saw many asked the doubt about variable directive..
but what strikes me is the attribute directive...
is there any 'type' attribute for 'attribute' directive???
whats its use...

Also <jsp:invoke..>??? whats this...
how many STD actions AND DIRECTIVES we have just only for tag files alone???
 
Narendra Dhande
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Originally posted by cheenu chumma D:
i saw many asked the doubt about variable directive..
but what strikes me is the attribute directive...
is there any 'type' attribute for 'attribute' directive???
whats its use...

Also <jsp:invoke..>??? whats this...
how many STD actions AND DIRECTIVES we have just only for tag files alone???


Hi,

The attribute directive have following attributes :

name
required
fragment
type
rtexprvalue
description

The type attribute specify the type of the attribute value going to the tag, this is fully qualified class name of the value type. If not specified the type is String.

The standard actions used in tag directives are

<jsp:invoke> use to process the fragment.
<jsp oBody> use to process the body of the tag.

Following directives can be used in tag files.

<%@include >
<%@taglib>
<%@tag >
<%@variable>
<%@attribute>

Thanks
 
cheenu Dev
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thnks a lot dude....
 
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