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Reema Patel
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I'm a bit confused as to why the following code snippet is compiling and working.




The bean reference "store" is local to the if block. This should have resulted in a compilation error. Instead, everything works just fine. I'm using Tomcat 5.


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[ December 16, 2006: Message edited by: Reema Patel ]
 
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Originally posted by Reema Patel:

The bean reference "store" is local to the if block.


Not.

The scripting variable created by the useBean action is indeed limited to the block. But that's not what you are referencing in the getProperty action. That is referencing the scoped variable created by useBean. And that has page scope.
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P.S. Confusing semantics such as this is just one of the many reasons that scriplets are discouraged in the JSP 2.0 environment.
 
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