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_jspInit() or jspInit()

 
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I see the documentation of JspPage interface where jspInit() and jspDestroy() methods are declared.
And HttpJspPage which declares _jspService() method.

But when I see the servlet code generated by the container for one of jsp page.


And generated servlet class extends HttpJspBase class which have _jspInit(),_jspDestroy() and _jspService() method.

I see _jspInit() , _jspDestroy() and _jspService() method implementation in generated servlet class.

So why there are jspInit() and _jspInit() method and which one we override.
 
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None of them. JSPs should not contain Java code -much less method declarations- , so there is no opportunity for code of yours to override methods.
 
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