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كونتو عرض الخيارات الثنائية

  1. pageScope
  2. requestScope
  3. sessionScope
  4. applicationScope
  5. param
  6. paramValues
  7. header
  8. headerValues
  9. cookie الاسهم السعودية اليوم تداول //To access cookie associated with the request
  10. initParam كيف اشتري سهم //To access context initialization parameter(but not servlet initialization parameters)
  11. pageContext شركة اوبشن رالي //To bring all jsp implicit objects into EL.

pageScope,requestScope,sessionScope and applicationScope

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سعر الاسهم اليوم مباشر requestScope–>request.getAttribute()
sessionScope–>session.getAttribute()
applicationScope–>application.getAttribute()

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  1. To access the value of session scoped attribute x.
    ${sessionScope.x}
  2. ${requestScope.x}
    It prints the value of request scoped attribute x.In request scope ,if there is no such type of attribute then we will get blank space.
  3. ${x}
    JSP container first checks in pageScope for attribute x if it is available it prints the value, if it is not available then jsp engine searches in request scope followed by session and application scope.
    It is exactly same as valutahandel risker pageContext.findAttribute() method