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I user session to keep some variable in order to be used in later different page. when I use relative url to indirect another page, the session become null. for ex: the A.jsp <% String userID = "aaa"; session.setAttribute("username", userID); String myuserID = (String)session.getValue("username"); %> User ID: <%=myuserID%><br> UserJenny ID: <%=userID%><br> <!--a href="testSessionB.jsp">All </a--> <jsp:forward page="testSessionB.jsp"/>
in A.jsp when I use <a href="testSessionB.jsp">All </a> the SessionUserID is null. when I use <jsp:forward page="testSessionB.jsp"/> the SessionUserID is aaa. So, what's the differents? and how can I keep my variable for all the application? Thanks Krussi
Hey Krussi, maybe it's the easy way, if you implement a JavaBean in your page. You write and compile a JavaBean with the usual set and get methods to store your variables in it. Then you set the Bean's scope to "session". Here a code example:
To access the values in your JSP-Code, do something like this:
I think you should try it. Greetings H.-Gerd
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thanks everybody! I want to use session keep some variables. but the problem is when I use the local tomcat the top code works fine, when I use the server's tomcat,it didn't work. Is there anything to do with the tomcat's configration? thanks Krussi
hi, i guess that is some server problem as session means it has to be same for the entire user session regardless of pages he/she visits... of course JavaBean use is the best i would suggest as i do the same everytime to do session logout/login management for the users...its an elegant way i guess to just have a session level bean storing username/passwd and thats it! u r done. regards maulin.