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In reading through the JSP spec. (JSR-245) v. 2.1, in Ch. JSP.10 p. 1-199 XML View it states at:

JSP.10.1.1 JSP Documents and Tag Files in XML Syntax:
"Expand all include directives into the JSP content they include."

It seems to me that this is a misnomer in that if it is a JSP Document or a Tag File in XML Syntax, there shouldn't be any "include directives" since they are <%@ include file=...> (scripting) and not an include action <jsp:include page=...>.

Am I correct in my thinking?
 
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Never mind, I forgot about <jsp:directive.include file=...>
 
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