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Behavior: Include standard action and Include directive

 
raghu dubey
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Hi,

Ref: page 516, HFSJ.

SkipPageException just stops the processing on\f the page that directly invoked the tag.

NOw suppose that we have JSP A that is including JSP B using an include standard action. JSP A<<includes<<JSP B. JSP B invokes a tag that throws a SkipPageException. IN this case, the processing of B will stop, but rest of A will happen.

What if we use a include directive?. The directive will kind of copy paste the whole JSP B into JSP A. So JSP A will actually be the one invoking the tag at runtime. THis should stop the processing of JSP A as well.? Is this correct.

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Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

Yes. When you use include directive. The included fragment is part of same execution unit. So, it also be skipped.

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