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From Sundar Narasimhan <sun...@ascent.com>
Subject Re: what does RT Expr mean
Date Wed, 29 Jan 2003 16:49:00 GMT
Thank you for all your replies. I had guessed RT Expr might mean that.

But now for the follow up.

>As others have said, it means "run-time expression".  Specifically, it
>means the value CAN be specified by a JSP expression scriptlet
>(beginning with "<%=").  Ironically, calling it a "run-time expression"

I'm now confused. I've been able to previously put <%= %> in similar
places in other JSP's that did not use the struts tags. Are you all
telling me that there are now cases when certain tags are marked w/out RT
Expr .. that these struts tags explicitly disallow me typing <%= %> in
those attributes?

If so that would be a step backward IMHO.

Thanks.


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