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jsp:getProperty gives null

 
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I created bean class in my package.


how i set the values for bean class using jsp setproperty
 
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but still it gives null

 
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the useBean instance is different . give the id attribute name as same name
 
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I change it as below.then it says " duplicate local variable name mybean "

 
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if you want to get the value just use <jsp:getProperty name="mybean" property="name"/> . no need to create the same bean again.

it is like below.which will cause compile time error.
 
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