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Simple jsp:useBean question

 
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Hi,
When I hit the submit button in the following page, will another mybean be created with session scope? If so, how can I overcome that?
Code for test.jsp page
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Thank you,
Amar
 
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Amar-
if you have this declaration in your test.jsp:
<jsp:useBean id="mybean" scope="session" class="com.psgs.mybean" />
the container will first look for for a bean with the same id in the scope you've specified. If it finds it, then it is reused. If it doesn't find it, then a new instance of mybean is created.
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