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Question on taglib

 
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Hi all,
I came across the following que in one of the mock exams.

Q) Which of the elements defined within the taglib element of taglib descriptor file are required. Select the two correct answers.

1. tlib-version
2. jsp-version
3. uri
4. display-name

I think the answers are

1 & 3

.

But the answers are given as 1 & 2 with the explaination "tlib-version and jsp-version are required elemets within the taglib element".

Is there an element named jsp-version exist??
 
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The 1.2 descriptor had a mandatory jsp-version tag. You're probably doing an old mock.
 
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May be I was dealing with old mock exams. I did not notice the version before I did that mock.
Christophe, Thank you very much for clarification.
 
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