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Is body-content mandatory in jsp 2.0

Also are the below true ?

default value of body-content for classic tag : JSP
default value of body-content for simple tag : None
 
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Is body-content mandatory in jsp 2.0


Yes it is.


default value of body-content for classic tag : JSP
default value of body-content for simple tag : None


No. There is no default value in JSP2.0, neither for classic tags, nor for simple tags. You have to explicitly set the value. (FAQ)
 
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Thank you very much
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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