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doublt in pg 384- Request scope is not request object?

harinath chakrapani
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Joined: Jun 11, 2007
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What is the difference between request scope and request object?


What doies this example mean--




please help me..

Thanks in advance!!!
Amol Fuke
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Joined: Apr 08, 2005
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requestScope is the EL implicit object and whereas request is the instance of HttpServletRequest.requestScope in EL is the implicit map of attribute and its values where as request object can do lot more functions other than this.

This example mean that :

object p will taken from request scope and getName() method will be invoked on that object.

Thanks ,
Amol


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Jan Sterk
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Joined: Jun 06, 2008
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${foo.person.name}
will not work btw. You have to use the brackets because of the dot in the identifier.


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