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Spring Webflow Reference

Spring Webflow Reference

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The first, and most common, type of expression, is the standard eval expression. Such expressions are
dynamically evaluated by the EL and should not be enclosed in delimiters like ${} or #{}. For example:

The expression above is a standard expression that invokes the nextPage method on the
searchCriteria variable when evaluated. Attempting to enclose this expression in special eval
delimiters like ${} or #{} will result in an IllegalArgumentException.

Note

We view use of special eval delimiters as redundant in this context, as the only acceptable
value for the expression attribute is a single eval expression string.

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