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  • implicit objects in JSP

    There are eight implicit objects variables. The variables are request, response, out, session, application, config, pageContext, and page.

    request

    This is the HttpServletRequest associated with the request, and the request parameters (via getParameter), the request type (GET, POST, HEAD, etc.), and the incoming HTTP headers (cookies, Referer, etc.).

    response

    This is the HttpServletResponse associated with the response to the client.

    out

    This is the PrintWriter used to send output to the client. This is a buffered version of PrintWriter called JspWriter. Note that you can adjust the buffer size, or even turn buffering off, through use of the buffer attribute of the page directive.

    session

    This is the HttpSession object associated with the request. Recall that sessions are created automatically, so this variable is bound even if there was no incoming session reference. The one exception is if you use the session attribute of the page directive to turn sessions off, in which case attempts to reference the session variable cause errors at the time the JSP page is translated into a servlet.

    application

    This is the ServletContext as obtained via getServletConfig().getContext().

    config

    This is the ServletConfig object for this page.

    pageContext

    JSP introduced a new class called PageContext to encapsulate use of server-specific features like higher performance JspWriters. The idea is that, if you access them through this class rather than directly, your code will still run on "regular" servlet/JSP engines.

    page

    This is simply a synonym for this, and is not very useful in Java. It was created as a placeholder for the time when the scripting language could be something other than Java.
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