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passing parameters

sitaram irrinki
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passing parameters from one jsp to another jsp page
Bear Bibeault
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sitiram, you will only get out of these forums as much as you put into it yourself. Posting incomplete requests for vague information is not going to get you very far. If you have a question, please take the the time necessary to clearly indicate what you are asking. Otherwise, why should anyone use their time to answer you?

The brief answer to your vague question is: the same way as any other page.
[ August 06, 2005: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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Tom E. Cole

Joined: Oct 21, 2003
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Yes, is the situation:

JSP 1 contains a form that you want the parameters to go to JSP 2? By using a form.

JSP 1 received parameters from some miscellaneous page and you want the parameters sent to JSP 1 to also go to JSP 2? The answer is to include the JSP 2 in JSP 1 and it will have access to the same request/response pair.
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