Bear Bibeault wrote:You will have to be clearer about what you are doing.
Bear Bibeault wrote:An include will not cause the same object instance to be shared across JSP pages.
Arun Giridharan wrote:If the servlet was deleted and not the configuration in web.xml it must give ClassNotFoundException , why it's not giving the exception ???
uday singh rajpurohit wrote:The radio button is not selected in the next page.
Bear Bibeault wrote:YOur web app is likely misconfigured.
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Bear Bibeault wrote:It's likely sending the output to a log file somewhere. In any case, scriptlets have been discredited since 2002. You should no longer be using them in JSP pages.
Jason Cone wrote:If you have fields that are mutable, you should start with an object returned by super.clone() and then make sure you set the state for the mutable fields.