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Pradeep Nair C
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i am now working with a jsp project on online book shop.i want to store the books detail in my cart. which are the methods used?
William Brogden
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Typically one would create a class to represent the "shopping cart" - an instance would be stored in a session so it could be used by both servlets and JSP.
You also have a class to represent catalog items.
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