Enlist different scope values for the <jsp:useBean> tag?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Mar 22, 2020

 

The JSP useBean action tag is used to locate the bean class is the bean object is instantiated or it instantiates the bean object. It has many attributes like id, scope, class, type, and beanName. The scope attribute in the useBean action tag is used to represent the scope of the bean. The default scope is the page, but different scopes are available such as request, session, and application.

  • Page – The default scope that specifies the scope of the bean within the JSP page.
  • Request – specifies the scope of the bean to all the JSP page that processes the same request.
  • Session – specifies the scope of the bean to all the JSP page that has the same session irrespective of its request.
  • Application – specifies the scope of the bean to all the JSP pages in the same application.

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