2.13.5.1
Syntax
and
{  }*
This tag allows the page author to cause the current request processing to be effected by the 
specified attributes as follows:
page
The URL is a relative 
urlSpec
 is as in Section 2.5.2.
Accepts a request time attribute value (which must evaluate to a String 
that is a relative URL specification).
2.13.6
The 
jsp:param
 element is used to provide key/value information.  This element is used in 
the 
jsp:include
, 
jsp:forward
 and 
jsp:plugin
 elements.
When doing 
jsp:include
 or 
jsp:forward
, the included page or forwarded page will 
see the original request object, with the original parameters augmented with the new 
parameters, with new values taking precedence over existing values when applicable.  The 
scope of the new parameters is the jsp:include or jsp:forward call; i.e. in the case of an 
jsp:include
 the new parameters (and values) will not apply after the include. This is the 
same behavior as in the 
ServletRequest
include
 and 
forward
 methods (see Section 
8.1.1 in the Servlet 2.2 specification). 
For example, if the request has a parameter A=foo and a parameter A=bar is specified for 
forward, the forwarded request shall have A=bar,foo. Note that the new param has 
precedence.
2.13.6.1
Syntax
This action has two mandatory attributes: name and value.  Name indicates the name of the 
parameter, value, which may be a request time expression, indicates its value.
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