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    barney is offline Member
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    Default Difference between ASP and JSP

    Hi, I used to use ASP for creating dynamic web-application, but due to gonna to maintain some of the web application in JSP, so i got to learn JSP.
    I'm here would like to know some of the JSP fundamental before starting my JSP training. Below are my questions.

    • As we know, in ASP the data can be passed between pages by using Request.QueryString, Hidden Input and Session. How about JSP?
    • Does JSP maintain state by using session object as well?
    • Can JSP support COM components? (For my understanding it should be can as JSP support IIS).


    Thanks.

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    Well here's what I know.
    1. Yes, JSP can handle the query string, any information posted from a form (hidden fields) and it also has session management.
    2. Yep, JSP has session object you can use.
    3. I think so, but I'm not sure.

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