An import attribute describes the types that are available to the
scripting environment. The value is as in an import declaration in the
Java programming language, i.e. a (comma separated) list of either a
fully qualified Java programming language type name denoting that
type, or of a package name followed by the .* string, denoting all
the public types declared one in that package. The import list shall be
imported by the translated JSP page implementation and are thus
available to the scripting environment.
The default import list is
This value is currently only defined when the value of the
Indicates that the page requires participation in an (http) session.
then the implicit script language variable named
references the current/new session for the page.
then the page does not participate in a session; the
implicit variable is unavailable, and any reference to it
within the body of the JSP page is illegal and shall result in a fatal
Specifies the buffering model for the initial
handle content output from the page.
, then there is no buffering and all output is written directly
through to the
If a buffer size is specified (e.g
) then output is buffered with a
buffer size not less than that specified.
Depending upon the value of the
attribute, the contents
of this buffer is either automatically flushed, or an exception is raised,
when overflow would occur.
The default is buffered with an implementation buffer size of not less
Specifies whether the buffered output should be flushed automatically
value) when the buffer is filled, or whether an exception
should be raised (
value) to indicate buffer overflow.
The default is
Note: it is illegal to set
JavaServer Pages 1.1 Specification
November 30, 1999