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From Pascal Mainini <pmain...@raptus.com>
Subject Re: scope of a bean
Date Wed, 06 Dec 2000 17:03:26 GMT
Hi Peter

try setting scope to session instead of request, so the bean should
only be instantiated once a session and your project should work.

Pascal Mainini
pmainini@raptus.com
Web Developer
Raptus AG/SA
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Am 12/6/00, 4:52:47 PM, schrieb Peter Choe <choepete@mindspring.com> zum 
Thema scope of a bean:


> i am trying to write an jsp where a bean is instaniated and has it data
> initialized on one jsp page.  and then another page should be able to
> read the data from the bean.  i have set the scope of the bean to
> request, but when it goes to the other page, i noticed that it is
> creating a new bean rather using the bean that was instaniated from the
> previous page.

> am i misunderstanding the scope of the bean?  how can i get bean to be
> recognized by two jsp files without using session scope?

> peter choe-- 


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