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Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi

I want to do a JNDI LookUp operation from MY JSP to get access to a Remote Bean .

But i read this line from a site which says that this is possible from servlets OR JSF but not from JSP


"You cannot inject anything into JSP pages. You can inject EJB and/or resources into Servlet classes, Servlet listener classes, JSF beans."


Is this true .
 
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Ravi,
I've read that you can inject things into a JSP. However, it is a horrible practice and I didn't try it. Any code in a JSP is bad. Datasources and EJBs are even worse.
 
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Thank you , i will call from the servlets itself
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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