<jsp:plugin type=” pluginType ”
code=” classFile ”
codebase=” relativeURLpath ”>
Table 16.8 contains the attributes and their descriptions for the <jsp:plugin> action.
T ABLE 16.8
The Attributes for the <jsp:plugin> Action
This attribute represents the type of plug-in to include. An example of this
would be an applet.
This attribute represents the name of the class that will be executed by the
This attribute references the base or relative path of where the code attribute
can be found.
This chapter covered the JSP standard actions. You should feel comfortable with how they are
implemented and how you can use them.
In the next chapter we will cover the scope differences when using JavaBeans in a JSP.