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What is Taglib directive?

JSP Taglib Directive. The taglib directive is used to define tag library that the current JSP page uses. A JSP page might include several tag library. JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL), is a collection of useful JSP tags, which provides mahy commonly used core functionalities.

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Similarly one may ask, what is a page directive?

The page directive is used to provide instructions to the container that pertain to the current JSP page. You may code the page directives anywhere in your JSP page. By convention, page directives are coded at the top of the JSP page.

One may also ask, what are directives in Java? Directives in JSP. JSP directives are the elements of a JSP source code that guide the web container on how to translate the JSP page into it's respective servlet. Syntax : <%@ directive attribute = "value"%> Directives can have a number of attributes which you can list down as key-value pairs and separated by commas.

Also asked, why Taglib is used in JSP?

JSP taglib directive is used to define the tag library with "taglib" as the prefix, which we can use in JSP. It uses a set of custom tags, identifies the location of the library and provides means of identifying custom tags in JSP page.

Which is not a directive in JSP?

Explanation: command directive is not a directive in JSP.

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