7.2
Document Type
7.2.1
The 
jsp:root
 Element
An XML document representing a JSP page has 
jsp:root
 as its root element type. The 
root is also the place where taglibs will insert their namespace attributes. The top element has 
an 
xmlns
 attribute that enables the use of the standard elements defined in the JSP 1.1 
specification.
xmlns:jsp= http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/dtd/jsp_1_0.dtd >
remainder of transformed JSP page
7.2.2
Public ID
The proposed Document Type Declaration is:
PUBLIC  //Sun Microsystems Inc.//DTD JavaServer Pages Version 1.1//EN 
 http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/dtd/jspcore_1_0.dtd >
7.3
Directives
A directive in a JSP page is of the form
<%@ 
directive
{ attr= value  }* 
%>
Most directives get translated into an element of the form:
directive { attr= value  }*
 />
7.3.1
The 
page
 directive
In the XML document corresponding to JSP pages, the 
page
 directive is represented using 
the syntax:
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November 30, 1999




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