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From Shawn Bayern <>
Subject RE: using ONLY taglib in JSP
Date Thu, 22 Nov 2001 16:42:14 GMT
There's a standard, easier way to handle it:  you can use a
TagLibraryValidator to ensure that the page contains no scriptlets.  
JSTL's (early-access) reference implementation comes with a
'scriptfree.tld' library that you can import using the <%@ taglib %>
directive.  This library ensures that its page doesn't use any scriptlets.


On Thu, 22 Nov 2001, Reynir Hübner wrote:

> Never seen such a switch in tomcat...
> in theory you should be able to get the source of Tomcat and find out
> how it parses the JSP pages (with Jasper) and change it so it will not
> parse <% %>.
> You can check out velocity ( that is
> a template engine. It might help you in your task.
> Then I question your Model, as I would never want to take the ability
> away from my system to be able to have code in JSP layer.  Of course as
> we implement the MVC I understand that the View should not contain any
> buisnesslogic, but then again it might have presentation logic. 

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