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JSP and Beans ??

Badal Kotecha
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Joined: Sep 06, 2000
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How do I call a bean from JSP?
I am using JWS and BDK1.1
Where should I place my bean (in which folder) so that it should be accessible to my JSP and do I need to make a jar for it or simply class file will work (Bean has only one class) ?
Plz write in detail...
Thanking in advance
Brett Knapik
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Joined: Oct 15, 2000
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<%@ directive { import= "package.class" } %> imports a bean or similar i believe

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hanumanth reddy
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there will be a directory called classes place all ur bean it in
so that they are availbale to call from jsp

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