JSPWriter out = pageContext.getOut();
// .... the body goes here using "out"
You can find the complete listing of
in Chapter 6.
With buffering turned on, you can still use a redirect method in a scriptlet in a .
A JSP page that is using the HTTP protocol will receive HTTP requests. JSP 1.1 compliant
containers must support a simple
, as well as some basic
. Note that the precompilation protocol should not be confused with the
notion of compiling a JSP page into a Servlet class (Appendix C).
Request Parameter Names
All request parameter names that start with the prefix "jsp" are reserved by the JSP
specification and should not be used by any user or implementation except as indicated by
All JSPs pages should ignore (not depend on) any parameter that starts with "jsp_"
A request to a JSP page that has a request parameter with name "jsp_precompile" is a
The "jsp_precompile" parameter may have no value, or may have
values "true" or "false". In all cases, the request should not be delivered to the JSP page.
The JSP Container