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Jsp question

Samira Mastali
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Joined: Aug 03, 2001
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Hi folks,
Can anybody answer these questions:
1. Can we implement an interface insdie a jsp?
2. a jsp page is a multi threaded or single-threaded?
Bosun Bello
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1. Yes, as long as you remember that the resulting servlet generated by the engine is what's actually implementing the class.
2. Yes, by default they are. If multible requests are made to your page, a thread will be spawn for each of the requests. And they will share variables declared at the class level(non-local variables)

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