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What are the standard actions available in JSP?

The standard actions available in JSP are as follows:

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It includes a response from a servlet or a JSP page into the current page. It differs from an include directive in that it includes a resource at request processing time, whereas the include directive includes a resource at translation time.

: It forwards a response from a servlet or a JSP page to another page.

: It makes a JavaBean available to a page and instantiates the bean.

: It sets the properties for a JavaBean.

: It gets the value of a property from a JavaBean component and adds it to the response.

: It is used in conjunction with ;, ; to add a parameter to a request. These parameters are provided using the name-value pairs.

: It is used to include a Java applet or a JavaBean in the current JSP page.