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For :

<jsp:text><jsp:expression>request.getRemoteUser()</jsp:expression></jsp:text>

Is the above a validation error OR a translation error ??

Please confirm
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Shivani
 
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Hi,

At the trnaslation-time, the correctness of the standard action is checked. So, it is translation-time error.

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Narendra ,
For Jsp documents the xml validation is done "Before" translation time checks
So if <jsp:text> has a < in the body then it should first be raised as a Validation error ?

Hmm I am confused
 
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Please clarify the above doubt.
 
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