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Paulo Aquino
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when i searched on the web on how to use "useBean", i notice that there are two ways of using it, using the jsp syntax and xml syntax. What is more preferred? What is the advantage of the using one over the other?
 
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I'm not sure what you are referring to with regards to just useBean. But it is true that there are two syntaxes for JSP pages in general: so called "JSP pages" and "JSP documents". The latter is a strict XML representation of a page that is suitable for generation by, and parsing by machine but is rarely ever hand-coded by people.
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yeah youre right im talking about jsp syntaxes. its just so happen that i noticed it when i was at the useBean syntax.
 
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