What is directives tag in jsp?.

What is directives tag in jsp?.

JSP directives are used to set global values like class declaration, content type etc have scope for entire JSP file.
JSP Directives are used to give special instruction to container for translation of JSP to Servlet code. JSP Directives are placed between <%@ %>. There are 3 directives that can be used in JSP listed below.


a)Page directive:

Page directive is used to define page attributes.

b)Include directive:

This directive is used to include content of the file in the current .jsp page.

c)Taglib directive:

Taglib, JSP tag extension, provides a way of encapsulating reusable functionality on JSP page.

Every directive has a set of attributes to provide specific type of instructions. So usually a JSP directive will look like <%@ directive attribute="value" %>.

 

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