This section discusses how to use each of the three different JSP page element types:
Scripting elements and implicit objects
When you construct JSP pages, you can specify certain directives to the JSP container. For example, you can specify an error page that is called if there are problems with your JSP page. Or, you can specify what Java classes you want to include during execution. The way to do this is through a JSP directive.
Directives are specified by tags that use the <%@ and %> characters. An example of a page directive that tells the JSP container to import all the classes in the java.util package is:
<%@ page import= "java.util.*" %>
There are several types of directives for ...