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public void setParent(Tag t)
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Sets the parent tag Enables a tag handler to find the tag above it in the evaluation stack Called immediately after setPageContext
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Full Name: Type: javaxservletjsptagextTagVariableInfo Class
A class that encapsulates tag variable information extracted from a tag library
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Constructors
TagVariableInfo
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public TagVariableInfo( String nameGiven, String nameFromAttribute, String className, boolean declare, int scope)
Creates a new TagVariableInfo object
Methods
getClassName
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public String getClassName()
Returns the value of the <variable-class> element in the TLD
getDeclare
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public boolean getDeclare()
Returns the value of the <declare> element in the TLD
getNameFromAttribute
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public String getNameFromAttribute()
Returns the value of the <name-from-attribute> element in the TLD
getNameGiven
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public String getNameGiven()
Returns the value of the <name-given> element in the TLD
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getScope
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public int getScope()
Returns the value of the <scope> element in the TLD
TryCatchFinally
Full Name: Type: javaxservletjsptagextTryCatchFinally Interface
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Methods
doCatch
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public void doCatch(Throwable t) throws Throwable
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public void doFinally()
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VariableInfo
Full Name: Type: javaxservletjsptagextVariableInfo
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Class
A data structure that provides configuration information about scripting variables created by a custom tag Use primarily in the getVariableInfo() method of a TagExtraInfo subclass
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Constructors
VariableInfo
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public VariableInfo( String varName, String className, boolean declare, int scope)
Creates a new VariableInfo object The parameters are as follows: I varName The name of the variable to be created The fully qualified name of the variable class I className
I declare A boolean value that is true if the generated servlet should contain a declaration for the variable I scope An integer representing the scope of the variable May be AT_BEGIN, AT_END, or NESTED
Methods
getClassName
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public String getClassName()
Returns the class name
getDeclare
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public boolean getDeclare()
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public int getScope()
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getVarName
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public String getVarName()
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Appendix C
HTTP Reference
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JSP: The Complete Reference
his appendix consists of two tables, one describing Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) response codes and another describing HTTP headers For more details about HTTP, refer to the specification, RFC 2616
HTTP Response Codes
Response codes are three-digit numeric codes that appear on the first line of the response sent by an HTTP server There are five categories of response codes, indicated by their first digit: I 1xx: Informational I 2xx: Success Request received, continuing process
The action was successfully received, understood, and accepted The request contains bad syntax or cannot be fulfilled The server failed to fulfill an apparently valid request
I 3xx: Redirection Further action must be taken in order to complete the request I 4xx: Client Error I 5xx: Server Error
The following table lists the individual code and their meanings:
Response Code
100 101 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 300 301 302 303
Meaning
Continue Switching Protocols OK Created Accepted Non-Authoritative Information No Content Reset Content Partial Content Multiple Choices Moved Permanently Found See Other
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HTTP Reference
Response Code
304 305 307 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 500 501 502 503 504 505
Meaning
Not Modified Use Proxy Temporary Redirect Bad Request Unauthorized Payment Required Forbidden Not Found Method Not Allowed Not Acceptable Proxy Authentication Required Request Time-out Conflict Gone Length Required Precondition Failed Request Entity Too Large Request-URI Too Large Unsupported Media Type Requested range not satisfiable Expectation Failed Internal Server Error Not Implemented Bad Gateway Service Unavailable Gateway Time-out HTTP Version not supported
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JSP: The Complete Reference
HTTP Headers
Headers are key/value pairs that describe attributes of the client or server, the resources to be transmitted, and how the connection should operate There are four different types of headers: I General headers Can be used either in a request or a response, and relate to the transaction as a whole rather than specific resources I Request headers Allow a client to pass information about itself and the form of response it is expecting I Response headers the response Used by a server to pass information about itself and
I Entity headers Define information about the resource being transferred Can be used either in a request or a response Headers are sent as individual lines of text in the form <name>: <value><CRLF> where name is the header name, which is case insensitive; value is the header value; and CRLF is a carriage return/line feed Note that there is a colon and one or more spaces separating the name from the value A JSP page can read HTTP headers using the getHeader() method of its request object, and can write them with responsesetHeader() javanetURLConnection provides similar methods for accessing headers in a URL stream The following table describes the headers available in HTTP/11:
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