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Question ID :999996821890
You have declared a useBean tag as:
<jsp:useBean id="man" class="animal.Human"/>
In which class of object will this bean be kept?

the answer is PageContext.

but in explanation, it has:
page : PageContext (this)
request : ServletRequest
session : HttpSession
application : ServletContext

I think pageContext is not equals to "this" in JSP ...
am i right??

 
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Actually page is of type Object and is the 'this' to the jsp page. If you look at the java code for a jsp page, you always see at the start of the service method
Object page = this;
PageContext is an Object that acts as the container for a jsp page and houses the impleciate objects that are created including page and any objects created on the page such as jsp beans.
 
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