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hem kum
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Hi all, below is the 2 simple programs from Apache struts novice to professional--

1 - first page

<jsp:useBean id="myVariable" scope="session" class="java.lang.StringBuffer"/>
<%
myVariable.append("1");
%>

<jsp:forward page="Second.jsp" />


2- second page

<jsp:useBean id="myVariable"scope="session"lass="java.lang.StringBuffer"/>

<%
myVariable.append("2");
%>

<%= myVariable.toString()%>


Now what will be the answer if the following 2 user access the application in this order--

� Audrey is the first person to view First.jsp. What will she see?
� Brenda next views First.jsp from a different machine. What does she see?
� If Audrey again views First.jsp after Brenda, what will she see?
� What if Brenda now loads Second.jsp directly?

This is only for my clarification...My answer is

Audrey = 12
Brenda = 12
Audrey = 1212
Brenda = 122

Please clarify me...Thank you all for replying....
[ September 22, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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What happened when you tried it?
 
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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i think :p

 
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if myVariable getting a new value for both Audrey and Brenda for the first time then Brenda shuld see 122 when she loads the second page. But why is its coming as 12122 ??
 
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