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Overriding J2EE classes

 
Shivani Chandna
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(Question 1).
In the chapter related to web application deployment there is a point made in the question in the end - which states that :

J2EE classes should not be overriden.


Is not overriding classes same as extending classes?. What is the difference. (Is it something as registering your own defined classes for the a given behaviour - like in struts - but I dont see any kind of registration of class names in any config file?)

For JSTL - we have classes defined for <c:forEach> action - . It is written in the specs that we can define our own classes and use them for such actions. Given that JSTL is part of J2EE framework - would not the above statement be wrong in that case?

Question 2
I had read that we can define our tags within <c:forEach> or <c:forToken>
Eg:


What I wish to know is : can the class which is responsible for simpleTag be able to access the currentVar ? - How does it access it?.


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Shivani.
 
Shivani Chandna
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Well.... Any answers to the above query?

Regards,
Shivani.
 
Flom Xanther
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well I don't know in detail,
but your second question sounds like you want to use getParent() on the simpletag.

Look at the api for more info.

Mfg,
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Christophe Verré
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Question 2:
Yes, with getParent, you can try something like this :


[ August 08, 2006: Message edited by: Satou kurinosuke ]
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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Hi

Unless you post the link to the reference we will not be able to get the context within which the statement was made

Rahul
 
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