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northfield Sid
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Question is regarding "sessions" for JavaBeans.
When one calls a bean in a "session" does this line class="simplebean.lineBean"
create an instance of the bean???

If I want to use the same bean in another JSP page would I use the same "beanid" and thus the same code line "<jsp:useBean class="simplebean.lineBean" id="bean0" scope="session" />" ?
If not what would I do?
eg:
 
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Moving to JSP
 
Shawn Bayern
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When one calls a bean in a "session" does this line class="simplebean.lineBean"
create an instance of the bean???

If <jsp:useBean> finds an existing bean, it simply uses it. Otherwise, with the 'class' attribute, it creates a new one.

If I want to use the same bean in another JSP page would I use the same "beanid" and thus the same code line "<jsp:useBean class="simplebean.lineBean" id="bean0" scope="session" />"?

Yes, that's fine.
 
northfield Sid
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Thanks.
Very clearly explained.
 
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