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  • Why is BindStatus stored in RequestScope in 2.0?

    I'm in the process of migrating our application to Spring 2.0 and I was under the impression that it was simply a matter of using the new jar; that everything was backwards compatible. However, I've encountered 2-3 problems thus far.

    The last one that I troubleshooted was in regards to the spring binding tags. It seems that the BindStatus object is being placed in the request scope (in 2.0) rather than page scope (in 1.2). I've found out that this was fixed because of JIRA issue http://opensource.atlassian.com/proj...rowse/SPR-2166. Is there a way to have it set it into page scope? Reason being that I would have to update several hundreds of JSP that use ${pageScope.status.expression}. I know I could do a find and replace but there's some risk to doing that. I want to see if I can avoid it.

    Many Thanks.
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