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Hi
Please answer the below mentioned question:

You've developed a tag that can fire SQL queries. The query should be specified as the body of the tag. What should be the value of <body-content> for this tag's taglib descriptor?




Select 1 correct option.
a sql
b JSP
c text
d tagdependent

Answer is "d"

But as per my understanding option (b) is a better choice as if I have to write the dynamic sql then we do require JSP.

Please let me your thoughts.

Amit
 
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You've developed a tag that can fire SQL queries. The query should be specified as the body of the tag. What should be the value of <body-content> for this tag's taglib descriptor



Since query should be specified as body then tagdependent appears to be better choice as in that case the content of the body won't be evaluated and it will be passed as it is to the tag handle.

Hope that helps
 
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