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arunas rao

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what is meant by 'servlet context of a web application'?why do we store an instance of a java class as a servlet context?
Harinath Kuntamukkala
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ServletContext is an application object. We can access that object anywhere in the webapplication.
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David O'Meara

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Duplicate closed.
I agree. Here's the link:
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