Is there any difference between the attributes class=com.myco.MyClass and the beanName=com.myco.MyClass attributes in the <jsp:useBean> tag?

Peter Mayringer

Yes, there is some difference.

class=com.myco.MyClass

instantaites a bean from a class using the new keyword, thus invoking the class' public no-arg constructor as:
new com.myco.MyClass()

beanName=com.myco.MyClass

When you use beanName, the bean is instantiated via the java.beans.Beans.instantiate method. This method can also instatiate serialized forms of a class which may or may not have a public no-arg constructor.

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