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Hello..

Can anyone explain what is the use of beanName attribute in <jsp:useBean> as opposed to class attribute. I read somewhere that these both cannot be used in conjunction.
 
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Take a look at the attribute explanations for the attributes here. Basic differences:
- beanName can be a run time expression
- beanName works for serialized beans

And yes, you cannot use all the attributes together. Valid useBean tags can have:

* class
* class and type
* type and beanName
* type
 
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