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Storing a global object in servlet

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Hi all,

I am trying to have a global object that can be shared with all the servlet.

One servlet will initialize this object and then on other servlet should be able to get reference to it.

How do I do this ??

Any sample code is appreciated.

Ramesh
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Store it in the ServletContext instance.

To store:
getServletContext().setAttribute("abc", abc);

To retrieve:
MyObject abc = (MyObject) getServletContext().getAttribute("abc");
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