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Mandar Khire
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Can we create object of servlet? Can we create array of that objects like array of objects?
I try to search first, try my best for solving this query! but i didn't get answer by own. I didn't find this subject in any forum also,( i get 1st question but no answer written, but no one ask 2nd question).


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Steve Luke
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The direct answer is yes, you can treat servlets like any other Java class.

The real answer is "Why do you want to do that?" Once you make a servlet yourself, it no longer can act like a servlet because the container doesn't have control over it.

So, What do you you REALLY want to do? Why would you want an array of your Servlet type?


Steve
 
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