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passing string values

thamil arasi
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hai

I am having one doubt

How to pass a string value from one jsp page to another jsp page
eg String s="hello"
how to get "s" in another page
[ March 01, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
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thamil,

This is an HTML forum. JSP questions should be asked in the JSP forum. I'll move this topic there for you.

Also, please read this with regard to your choice of topic titles. I will change this on for you.


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Originally posted by thamil arasi:

How to pass a string value from one jsp page to another jsp page


That greatly depends on how you are getting from one page to the other. Please be more detailed in your questions.
 
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