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Bhushan Jawle
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public class JBean
{
private String title = "JBean";
private int num;
public void setTitle(String t){ this.title = t; }
public String getTitle(){ return this.title; }
public void setNum(int n){ this.num = n; }
public int getNum(){ return this.num; }
}
What will be printed when the following JSP page is requested through the url: http://localhost/test.jsp?num=4?
<html><body>
<jsp:useBean id = "bean" class="JBean" />
<jsp:setProperty name="bean" property="*">
Title : <%=bean.getTitle()%> <br>
Num : <jsp:getProperty name="bean" property="num" />
</body></html>
Answer provided says :
Title : JBean (which is correct) and Num : 3 ???
I don't understand the second part
 
Mark Howard
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Hi Bhushan (me again)
I just replied to your latest message (see here) on the errata in JWebPlus. Looking at this one, I'm guessing you are running Enthuware's latest version of JWebPlus(7). There aren't many errors and it is worth responding to the author. I had some problems implementing JWebPlus7 on Win98SE, and they were very helpful (and quick) at helping me sort it out.
 
Bhushan Jawle
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Thanks again .
 
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