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In JSP + Jdbc web page can "System.out.println()" can be used?

 
gyan kumar
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In below program


Is it correct to use System.out.println() or out.println should be used it I want to show on web page.
 
mgupta gupta
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The correct way to show on web page is out.println(). System.out.println() will print result on server console not on web page.
 
Tim Moores
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Several comments, no specific order:

You should not have Java code in JSP pages; put that in backing beans or servlets.

The JDBC/ODBC bridge driver you're using is not thread-safe; using it in web apps is bound to cause problems.

You should get in the habit of using a configurable logging system such as java.util.logging or log4j; System.out.println is OK for example code but not for production use.
 
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