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super.init() still troubling??

asheet anand
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hi everyone,
could you please explain to me how super.init(s1),where
s1 is a serverconfig refrence works?
how getinitparametres() is invoked without using s1 in the subclass which use getinitparameters() when super.init() is used?
please explain me in steps:
bye
asheet
William Brogden
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super.init(s1),where s1 is a serverconfig refrence
Is required to initialize variables in the super class of your servlet - typically GenericServlet or HttpServlet.
If you don't do this, your ServletContext won't have a ServletConfig. It is the ServletConfig that provides the data for methods such as:
getInitParameters();
Bill

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