questions - Question:What are JSP directives?

  • JSP directives are messages for the JSP engine. i.e., JSP directives serve as a message from a JSP page to the JSP container and control the processing of the entire page
  • They are used to set global values such as a class declaration, method implementation, output content type, etc.
  • They do not produce any output to the client.
  • Directives are always enclosed within <%@ ….. %> tag.
  • Ex: page directive, include directive, etc.

asked Sep 13, 2013 in Java Interview Questions by rajesh
edited Sep 12, 2013
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