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Is JSP thread safe?

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That's like asking if Java is thread-safe. It depends how you write it.
 
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If do with some shared resources,like xml files, you should think about thread-safe.
You can think it just think JAVA application
 
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By default,in JSPs, isThreadSafe property is set to true,which means you are telling the container that the shared resources in the JSP are all safe and if not you manually are handling it.
and if you set the property isThreadSafe to false then you are telling the container to handle the shared resources,it does this by implementing SingleThreadModel interface
 
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