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JSP 2.0 is here!!!

 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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Download the Public Review document over here
 
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Originally posted by Rahul Mahindrakar:
Download the Public Review document over here

When you download the Public Review, make sure to send comments back to the expert group by emailing jsp-spec-comments@eng.sun.com. The major purpose of Public Review is to solicit feedback.
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Rahul Mahindrakar
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The JSR 152 page over here states
JSP 1.2 has several mechanisms for providing a reusable abstraction: static include directives, dynamic include actions and custom actions. Of these, custom actions are the most flexible ones, but they need to be written in Java, which means that a page author must request the help of a Java developer. Furthermore, writing a custom action that uses other custom actions is quite error-prone. It would be very valuable to add a mechanism that would allow a page author to easily abstract a JSP fragment into a new custom action that later can instantiated and used.
A number of participants in the JSP community have proprietary mechanisms that provide this type of functionality. We would like to build on this expertise to deliver a mechanism that could be used for this.

Any ideas on the content in bold above and how this particular specification wants to attend to this problem will be helpful.
[ July 02, 2002: Message edited by: Rahul Mahindrakar ]
[ July 02, 2002: Message edited by: Rahul Mahindrakar ]
 
Shawn Bayern
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It would be very valuable to add a mechanism that would allow a page author to easily abstract a JSP fragment into a new custom action that later can instantiated and used.

See the Public Review for information on how we plan to provide this new feature.
 
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