JSP Elements

  • Giulio Zambon


A JSP page is made out of a page template, which consists of HTML code and JSP elements such as scripting elements, directive elements, and action elements. In the previous chapter, after explaining how to install Java and Tomcat, I introduced you to JSP and explained JSP’s role within web applications. In this chapter, I’ll describe in detail the first two types of JSP elements. For the action elements, refer to Chapter 4.


Directive Element Request Content Implicit Object Signed Integer Page Directive 
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