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problem using javabean in JSP

swapna Kadali
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Joined: Oct 06, 2003
Posts: 22
Hi everbody!
I have used JavaBean as arraylist and hardcoded some values in the servlet. I am now trying to show those JavaBean values through JSP to the user. my code in JSP is:
<jsp:useBean id="qb" class="QuoteBean"/>
// I think default scope=page, so didnt mention
<jsp:setProperty name="qb" property="*"/>
When I execute JSP page, the error i get is : QuoteBean qb = null.
Can anybody pls help figuring out the problem.
Gregg Bolinger
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Most Application Servers don't like Beans that are not packaged. So it could be a couple of things.
1. You need to put your bean in a package (ie. com.mypackage.QuoteBean)
2. You have your bean in a package but you failed to list it that way in the JSP tag. You tag would look like:

[ October 19, 2003: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]

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James Zhang
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Gregg, thanks a lot for your valuable advice! It solved my problem!
 
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