Nilesh, If u define variable as <% String scope="request"; %> then it's scope is for request. and if u define it as <%! String scope="Application"; %> Then this variable is aval till jsp is in memory Praful
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Hi Nilesh, You need to learn a bit.. Better say this way
The above variable behaves as a local variable, as it will be available inside the [B]service()[b] method. You wont be able to access this variable if you have declared a method in JSP. where as...
In this case, the variable behaves as a member variable. It will be available thruout the JSP, and even you can access this variable in any of you method defined in JSP. It has scope in the JSP in which it is declared as well as in in the static include files i.e. include using but not available to dynamic include i.e. .
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