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Regarding jsp:useBean

 
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I saw in one of whizlab's trial questions correct options the 'type' attribute as java.lang.String.Is this a correct usage?
 
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Hi Renu.

Yes, you can use java.lang.String as the type of a bean.


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But then how will we define getter and setter methods?Its mandatory for javabeans right?
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