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JSP page with Bean throws : NullPointerException

 
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Hi All,

I use a jsp page with beans and receiving a NullPointerException when I call the page. It behaves like my bean ("localityJDBCTemplate") is not initialized. I thought it was done here :


Relevant lines from my code are below.

Example.jsp :

Beans.xml :



 
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I don't think Spring beans are stored in HttpSession as attributes. Still you can try by adding session scope to your Spring bean, something like this:


I don't think this will work either but you can give it a try. Also I don't understand why you want to create a JdbcTemplate as a session bean. To make this work you might have to write a SessionListener and set the Spring beans as HttpSession attributes in that listener class...
 
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