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  • JSP Syntax

    JSP Element Syntax Interpretation Notes
    JSP Expression
    <%= expression %>
    Expression is evaluated and placed in output. XML equivalent is
    . Predefined variables are request, response, out, session, application, config, and pageContext (available in scriptlets also).
    JSP Scriptlet
    <% code %>
    Code is inserted in service method. XML equivalent is
    JSP Declaration
    <%! code %>
    Code is inserted in body of servlet class, outside of service method. XML equivalent is
    JSP page Directive
    <%@ page att="val" %>
    Directions to the servlet engine about general setup. XML equivalent is
    < att="val"\>.
    • import="package.class"
    • contentType="MIME-Type"
    • isThreadSafe="true|false"
    • session="true|false"
    • buffer="sizekb|none"
    • autoflush="true|false"
    • extends="package.class"
    • info="message"
    • errorPage="url"
    • isErrorPage="true|false"
    • language="java"
    JSP include Directive
    <%@ include file="url" %>
    A file on the local system to be included when the JSP page is translated into a servlet. XML equivalent is
    The URL must be a relative one. Use the jsp:include action to include a file at request time instead of translation time.
    JSP Comment
    <%-- comment --%>
    Comment; ignored when JSP page is translated into servlet. If you want a comment in the resultant HTML, use regular HTML comment syntax of <-- comment -->.
    The jsp:include Action
        page="relative URL"
    Includes a file at the time the page is requested. If you want to include the file at the time the page is translated, use the page directive with the include attribute instead. Warning: on some servers, the included file must be an HTML file or JSP file, as determined by the server (usually based on the file extension).
    The jsp:useBean Action <jsp:useBean att=val*/> or
    <jsp:useBean att=val*>
    Find or build a Java Bean. Possible attributes are:
    • id="name"
    • scope="page|request|session|application"
    • class="package.class"
    • type="package.class"
    • beanName="package.class"
    The jsp:setProperty Action
    <jsp:setProperty att=val*/>
    Set bean properties, either explicitly or by designating that value comes from a request parameter. Legal attributes are
    • name="beanName"
    • property="propertyName|*"
    • param="parameterName"
    • value="val"
    The jsp:getProperty Action
    Retrieve and output bean properties.
    The jsp:forward Action
        page="relative URL"/>
    Forwards request to another page.
    The jsp:plugin Action
    Generates OBJECT or EMBED tags, as appropriate to the browser type, asking that an applet be run using the Java Plugin.

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