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A problem about using <jsp:getProperty>

Yi-Ru Cai
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Joined: Jun 01, 2012
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I write

in page1

and try this in page2 to get "world":


But it doesn't work
does this mean I always have to do <jsp:useBean id="hello" scope="session" class="hello.HelloBean" /> before using <jsp:getProperty name="hello" property="name" /> in the same page, even I create the object in another page first?

Thank you for your answering
Bear Bibeault
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No, you do not need to repeat the useBean action.

But the get and set property actions are obsoleted by the EL and JSTL. Why are you still using them in the first place?


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Yi-Ru Cai
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Joined: Jun 01, 2012
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Bear Bibeault wrote:No, you do not need to repeat the useBean action.

But the get and set property actions are obsoleted by the EL and JSTL. Why are you still using them in the first place?

First , thanks for your replying
I am taking lessons about Servlet and JSP.
So I try to test whether if I can use script to put some objects in the sesson , and just use <jsp:getProperty....> to get the object and its property.
 
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