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Invoking methods present in jsp/servlet from another jsp/servlet

 
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-> How can i invoke test() in a.jsp from calltest() in b.jsp

-> How can i invoke method present in one servlet from another servlet.
 
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i would say u can't(if b.jsp is not included through a.jsp). Couse 2 different jsp r nothing else then two different classes. And on class have no ideea of the methods of onother. Think about takeing the method logic out in some other non-servlet-helper class/been and the instantiate the class from the jsp and call the method.

If u need just some data, use setAttribute("whatever") in apropriate scope a.jsp and call it via getAttribute("whatever")
 
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But eventually jsp's turn into servlets.
Can't we invoke method present in one servlet from another servlet
 
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im also new to to servlets but the java-inside-me says - no!
the servlet is just a class.
 
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