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It seems that <scripting-invalid>true</scripting-invalid> not working?

 
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I use in web.xml this snippet:


But in my jsp scriplets still working

I use Tomcat 6.0.30 under Windows.

Mistake in the book "Head First Servlets and JSP", or something I did not understand?
 
Kirill Temnenkov
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Problem solved, sorry for the trouble
 
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Hi Kirill!

Could you post the reason of your trouble? It might save some time the next person who will struggle with the same thing.
 
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I used a connector to integrate TomCat in eclipse. And I had to use "clean module work directory" in "Server" view.
 
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