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Taglibs vs Javabeans

 
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Can some give pros/cons of each or point to a article comparing the two...
 
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Here are some comparisions I took from the SCWCD Exam Study Kit.
1. Tags are thread safe while Java beans are Not.
2. Tags can access jsp page's implicit objects while Java Beans can't
3. Tags reside in PAGE_SCOPE while Java Beans can reside in any scope
4. Tags know about the environment (pageContext) in which it executes while Java Beans do not.
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