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Mandatory Packages in JSP File

 
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Hi All,

Is it mandatory to import javax.servlet.* and javax.servlet.http.* packages in a jsp file or they are imported by default.

Please clarify.

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You don't import them.
 
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why do you want to import it? Are you planning to use any classes from these packages?
 
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Yes, i want to use some classes from these packages.

Part of my question is - are these packages imported by default and i can use their classes without having import statements for the same.

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You still don't have import them...but that was so easy to try it...wasn't it?
 
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why do you want to import it? Are you planning to use any classes from these packages?



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Thank you all clarifying my doubt. I got some write up also which says -

We do not have to import these packages explicitly.
java.lang.*, javax.servlet.*, javax.servlet.jsp.*, and javax.
servlet.http.* packages.

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Attribute name :import

Description A comma-separated list of Java classes and packages
that we want to use in the JSP page.

Default Value/s

java.lang.*;
javax.servlet.*;
javax.servlet.jsp.*;
javax.servlet.http.*;

This is from study kit
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