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Ken Zrobok's notes (JSP) pg 39-40

 
Goan Balchao
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Life cycle methods.
When the container is done with the page the _jspDestroy method is called. This actaully gives the impression that the _jspDestroy is called when the container finishes processing the page.
Actually, according to what I have read, the jspDestroy (an not _jspDestroy -- whai is the diference if any? ) is called only when the container removes the instance(of the JSP page implementation class) from service.
Please correct me if I am wrong.
 
ersin eser
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think like this then: when the container removes the instance of a page its said that the container is done with the page... It is just like in "when I am done with you..."
 
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