Importing classes in JSP

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I am a complete JSP beginner. I am trying to use a java.util.List in a JSP page. What do I need to do to use classes other than ones in java.lang?

May 25, 2018 in Java by developer_1
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Use Page Directive to import a Class in JSP page. Page Directive Uses 11 Different types of Attributes , One of them is "import". Page Directive with import Attribute Allows you to Mention more than one package at the same place separated by Commas(,). Alternatively you can have multiple instances of page element each one with Different package .

For Example:

 <%@ page import = "java.io.*" %>
 <%@ page import = "java.io.*", "java.util.*"%>

Note : the import attribute should be placed before the element that calls the importd class .

answered May 25, 2018 by Rishabh
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