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Posted on 2004-08-17
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Is it possble to disable java script in jsp through code with out using the browser feature.
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Question by:rVini
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sajid_bwp earned 500 total points
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I think, it is not possible, Because you have write the Client Side scripting to change any feature of the Client Machine,
if you want to disable Client Side Scrpting Support of the Browser then where you will place your Code.

Other option may be you can do it from Server side, but it seems nearly impossible,

Good Luck
Sajid Majeed
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by:dttri
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 Hello,
  Because JavaScript is Client-Side script, we must use borwser setting to disable it. However, if you want to use jsp to complete this task, you can output from your jsp page no JavaScript code.

  Tri
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