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  • SCWCD : JSP Document (XML-based document) that uses the correct syntax

    SCWCD 1.5 Exam Kit

    Write a JSP Document (XML-based document) that uses the correct syntax.

    JSP syntax comment:

    
    <%-- comment --%>
    
    					
    has no XML syntax analog.

    JSP syntax page directive:

    
    <%@ page ... %>
    
    					

    XML syntax page directive:

    
    <jsp:directive.page ... />
    
    					

    JSP syntax taglib directive:

    
    <%@ taglib ... %>
    
    					
    has no XML syntax analog.

    jsp:root element is annotated with namespace information:

    
    <jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page"
    	xmlns:eg="http://java.apache.org/tomcat/examples-taglib"
    	xmlns:test="urn:jsptld:/tomcat/taglib"
    	xmlns:temp="urn:jsptld:/WEB-INF/tlds/my.tld"
    	version="2.0">
    
    	...
    
    </jsp:root>
    
    					

    A taglib directive of the form

    
    <%@ taglib uri="uriValue" prefix="prefix" %>
    
    					
    is translated into an xmlns:prefix attribute on the root of the JSP document, with a value that depends on uriValue.
    • If uriValue is a RELATIVE path, then the value used is urn:jsptld:uriValue.

    • If uriValue is a ABSOLUTE path, then uriValue is used directly.

    A taglib directive of the form:
    
    <%@ taglib tagdir="tagDirValue" prefix="prefix" %>
    
    					
    is translated into an xmlns:prefix attribute on the root of the JSP document, with a value of the form urn:jsptagdir:tagDirValue.

    JSP syntax include directive:

    
    <%@ include file="relativeURL" %>
    
    					

    XML syntax include directive:

    
    <jsp:directive.include file="relativeURL" />
    
    					
    A file on the local system to be included when the JSP page is translated into a servlet. The URL must be a relative one.

    JSP syntax declaration:

    
    <%! ... %>
    
    					

    XML syntax declaration:

    
    <jsp:declaration> ... </jsp:declaration>
    
    					

    Declarations are translated into a jsp:declaration element. For example:

    
    <%! 
    	public String someFunc(int i) {
    		if (i<3) return("...");
    	} 
    %>
    
    					
    is translated into the following:
    
    <jsp:declaration> 
    	<![CDATA[
    		public String someFunc(int i) {
    			if (i<3) return("...");
    		} 
    	]]>
    </jsp:declaration>
    
    					
    Alternatively, we could use an &lt; and instead say:
    
    <jsp:declaration> 
    	public String someFunc(int i) { 
    		if (i&lt;3) return("..."); 
    	} 
    </jsp:declaration>
    
    					

    JSP syntax scriptlet:

    
    <% ... %>
    
    					

    XML syntax scriptlet:

    
    <jsp:scriptlet> ... </jsp:scriptlet>
    
    					

    JSP syntax expression:

    
    <%= ... %>
    
    					

    XML syntax expression:

    
    <jsp:expression> ... </jsp:expression>
    
    					

    JSP syntax template text:

    
    some template text
    
    					

    XML syntax template text:

    
    <jsp:text>
    	some template text
    </jsp:text>
    
    					

    A JSP document syntax:

    
    <html>
    	<title>positiveTagLib</title>
    	<body>
    		<%@ taglib uri="http://java.apache.org/tomcat/examples-taglib" 
    			prefix="eg" %>
    		<%@ taglib uri="/tomcat/taglib" prefix="test" %>
    		<%@ taglib uri="WEB-INF/tlds/my.tld" prefix="temp" %>
    		<eg:test toBrowser="true" att1="Working">
    		Positive Test taglib directive </eg:test>
    	</body>
    </html>
    
    					

    A XML document syntax:

    
    <jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page"
    	xmlns:eg="http://java.apache.org/tomcat/examples-taglib"
    	xmlns:test="urn:jsptld:/tomcat/taglib"
    	xmlns:temp="urn:jsptld:/WEB-INF/tlds/my.tld"
    	version="2.0">
    
    	<jsp:text><![CDATA[
    <html>
    	<title>positiveTagLib</title>
    	<body>
    	]]></jsp:text>
    
    	<eg:test toBrowser="true" att1="Working">
    		<jsp:text>Positive test taglib directive</jsp:text>
    	</eg:test>
    
    	<jsp:text><![CDATA[
    	</body>
    </html>
    	]]></jsp:text>
    
    </jsp:root>
    
    					

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