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JSP page object

ravi janap
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Joined: Nov 04, 2000
Posts: 389
Hi
I have this question from Eduardo Cobian
Question:
Which statements are true about scope in jsp pages?
1) Objects with page scope are stored in the implicit object PageConttext
2) If a page forwards to another page, objects created with request scope in the source page will be visible in request of the forwarded page
3) Objects with application scope can be created in pages that are not session-aware(with page attribute session=�false�)
4) The implicit page object has pageContext scope
The answers given is 1, 2 & 3.
Isn't 4 true too since the scope of Page is limited to a a single page(pageContext) and single request.
Thanks
-- Ravi


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Sathya Sankar
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Joined: Sep 16, 2000
Posts: 67
Hi Ravi,
Isn't 4 true too since the scope of Page is limited to a a single page(pageContext) and single request.

No. It's the other way round. The implicit object pageContext has page level scope. So do these other implicit objects - page, response, out and config. There is nothing like pageContext level scope.
Ciao,
GSS


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