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Akhil Maharaj
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Hi ,
Any ideas on why the line 1 is not OK. But line 3 is OK .
They look similar to me .
 
Christophe Verré
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There are a few typos. Your include tags and setProperty tag are not closed. Also, there's a double quotation missing after NewYork.
 
Charmy Madhvani
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How
 
Christophe Verré
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How

The syntax is ok, but accessing the page will cause an error. I don't know what Akhil means by "ok"
 
Akhil Maharaj
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Chris
Thanks for finding the typos .It was my mistake .
I was going through Manning's SCWCDExam guide by Hanumanth Deshmukh . One of the topics about XML documents and request time attributes discussed this . I think when they say it is OK , it means it is syntactically correct and JSP will get translated to servelt code .

I am still trying to find the answer ...
 
Kaarthick Ramamoorthy
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Akhil Maharaj,

I tried your two <jsp:include> tags:

1)
2)

The first one works fine without any error.
The second one doesn't work. It is clear that the syntax is wrong.
 
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