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Why we have to avoid use of java code in JSP

Krishna Latha Grandhi
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Hi Friends,

Why we have to avoid the use of java code in JSP?

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Krishna.
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Some of them are

Harder to maintain
JSP not to deal with business logic
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Krishna Latha Grandhi
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Done...

Regards,
Krishna.
Krishna Latha Grandhi
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Hi Friends,

From Servlet specs 2.4:

Servlets in a container that were not deployed as part of aWeb application are
implicitly part of a �default� Web application and have a default ServletContext.
In a distributed container, the default ServletContext is non-distributable and
must only exist in one JVM.

Please explain this in detail.. how the servlets are able to present in container with out deploying them to a web application...

Regards,
Hari Krishna.
Krishna Latha Grandhi
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Sorry Unfortunately I posted this question to this..
 
 
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