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JSP and context

Fisher Daniel
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Dear all,
I am reading book "Professional Java Server Programming" by Subrahmanyam Allamaraju..
This book said that "Everything in JSP is associated with a context, and every context has a scope."
What is the meaning of that statement?
thanks
daniel
Simon Brown
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When talking about JSP context and scopes, you are usually referring to the PageContext and the available scopes into which you can place objects (request, page, session and application). I actually have a copy of this on my desk - which page is the reference from?
Simon
Fisher Daniel
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Dear Simon,
Thanks for your explanation.
I read that statement in Chapter 11 "JSP Basic and Architecture" about Scope in page 508
regards
daniel
Simon Brown
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Yes - I just opened up the book and it is the various scopes that is being referenced.
Simon
 
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