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What are various attributes Of page directive in JSP?
Following table lists out the attributes associated with the page directive −
|S.No.||Attribute & Purpose|
Specifies a buffering model for the output stream.
Controls the behavior of the servlet output buffer.
Defines the character encoding scheme.
Defines the URL of another JSP that reports on Java unchecked runtime exceptions.
Indicates if this JSP page is a URL specified by another JSP page's errorPage attribute.
Specifies a superclass that the generated servlet must extend.
Specifies a list of packages or classes for use in the JSP as the Java import statement does for Java classes.
Defines a string that can be accessed with the servlet's getServletInfo() method.
Defines the threading model for the generated servlet.
Defines the programming language used in the JSP page.
Specifies whether or not the JSP page participates in HTTP sessions
Specifies whether or not the EL expression within the JSP page will be ignored.
Determines if the scripting elements are allowed for use.
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