How to call Java Beans from JSP (eg.put them in a WAR or package)

Can anyone explain to me what are the steps and ways to call java beans from JSP?

1st, put the javabean classes in the right place:
the web-inf/classes/your_bean.class directory of corresponding web application
2nd in your jsp page:
<jsp:useBean id="obj_var_name" class="your_bean"/>
<jsp:setProperty name="obj_var_name" property="smthg" value="smthg_calue"/>

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