(at least this is how it is done in Netbeans, can't say about eclipse
Are you saying that my JSP (the original JSP) is correct or incorrect? It looks like you are saying that it is correct but this line is a little ambiguous.
See the execute() method? The JSP as written is correct; there is no Product bean. That makes the JSP incorrect, since it *does* reference a product bean.
Ankit Garg wrote:(at least this is how it is done in Netbeans, can't say about eclipse)...
David Newton wrote:@Karl: Please start new threads when you're asking a completely unrelated question.