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From "Pawson, David" <>
Subject RE: jsp version of session variable access. Pointer to syntax wanted.
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2005 08:22:41 GMT

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Tim Funk 
    Via EL: (assuming sessionData.FILECOUNT = mySessionVariableName)
    Via snippet:
    In a jsp - the session variable is given to you as implicit 

Thanks Tim ( and fstmncn ).

Hadn't come across 'EL'.
So the choice is one from 3?
JSP 1.0 rev B.
JSP (is it 1.2 or 2.0?) (XML syntax)
Expression Language.

so what's JSTL,
<quote>JSTL encapsulates, as simple tags, core functionality common to many JSP applications.</quote>
Is that the full name of the EL?  seems
to be the spec. Is there a reasonable tutorial anywhere please?

Can they be mixed in a page?
  I *think* the JSP version is determined by the vsn of Tomcat,
which relates to the servlets version, but can I mix EL and JSP?

Is the relationship documented anywhere please?

regards DaveP


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