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ServleContext In Beans

Vikas Aggarwal
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I have create an Object and Placed in the context using "getServletContext().setAttribute("x", xyz)" in a servlet. Now I want to access the same from the servlet context in a bean/class. How it can be done?
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Kyle Brown
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The only way to do it is to pass the servlet context object to your class. You could pass it in in the constructor and hold onto it for the lifetime of the instance, or pass it in through another method.
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