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The option says that a Requestdispatcher can be used to forward a request to antoher servlet...the book says that this is right...but isnt this sentence incomplete? a Requestdispatcher can be used to forward request even to a jsp right? please clarify
 
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A JSP is a Servlet ;-)
 
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The request dispatcher can be used to forward/include the output of a dynamic resource (servlet/Jsp) or even a static resource like an HTML page...
 
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