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I have created a package which holds some beans I created I currently use the beans on jsp pages but I need to access the beans from a servlet also. Can you please show me the code to access beans from a servlet.
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You create instances of Bean classes just like any other class in a servlet. There are no fancy shortcuts for setting and getting properties. Store the instance in the request for "request" scope, the session for "session" scope or the ServletContext for "application" scope.
Bill

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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