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HFSJ mock exam Q6

 
Renu Radhika
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What is true regarding a JSP document?

A jsp document must have a jsp:root as its top element is not selected and explanation given is its not mandatory in jsp 2.0.But in that case how will we specify xmlns:jsp which I think is required for using standard actions? And in HFSJ it says we must have a jsp: root element?
 
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Please help :roll:
 
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I checked the spec.But it shows jsp:root.Does anyone has any clues
 
Christophe Verré
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A JSP document may or not have a <jsp:root> as its top element; <jsp:root>
was mandatory in JSP 1.2, but we expect most JSP documents in JSP 2.0 not to
use it.


Please also refer to "JSP.6.3.2 The jsp:root Element" in the specification.
 
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