1- I'd like to know when I have to use "page" instead of "request".
2 - By the way... Is "page" an instance of pageContext or this?
3 - If I use page.setAttribute("xx",...), can I retrieve the attribute from another page, in the same request by using page.getAttribute("xx")?
Objects in the page scope are accessible only in the translation unit in which they are
defined. They do not exist outside the processing of a single request within a single
translation unit. These objects are maintained as attribute-value pairs by an instance
of a concrete subclass of the abstract class PageContext. In a JSP page, this instance
is available in the form of the implicit object pageContext.
originally posted by Renata fonseca
...I don't believe that page is like "this object"...
...The page scope uses "pageContext"!!!
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