The attributes are:
The name of the object instance from which the property is obtained.
Names the property to get.
element provides for the inclusion of static and dynamic
resources in the same context as the current page. See TABLE 2 1 for a summary of include
The resource is specified using a relativeURLspec that is interpreted in the context of the
Web server (i.e. it is mapped). See Section 2.5.2.
An included page only has access to the
object and it cannot set headers. This
precludes invoking methods like
(). A request time Exception will be raised if
this constraint is not satisfied. The constraint is equivalent to the one imposed on the
() method of the
action may have
subelements that can provide values for
some parameters in the request to be used for the inclusion.
Request processing resumes in the calling JSP page, once the inclusion is completed.
If the page output is buffered then the buffer is flushed prior to the inclusion. See Section B.4
for an implementation note. See Section 5.4.5 for limitations on flushing when
the top level
JavaServer Pages 1.1 Specification
November 30, 1999