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Ramakrishnan thiyagarajan
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hi,
what is <jsp:usebean>? I think usebean is used to instantiate a bean component which is used to mediate between client and server.pls clarify my doubt.
M. Gagnon
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Originally posted by Ramakrishnan thiyagarajan:
hi,
what is <jsp:usebean>? I think usebean is used to instantiate a bean component which is used to mediate between client and server.pls clarify my doubt.


That's fairly accurate. The tag is used in a JSP to instantiate a bean if it hasn't been instantiated already, and to simply use it if it has. The bean can then be accessed in that page as well as in servlets and other JSPs depending on the scope you give it (session, application, request, page). Have you read any books or tutorials on JSP?
 
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