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unable to see actual values in my JSP

 
Subbarao Kondabala
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Hi,

In my JSP page I am showing list of items.

To change Item name a user can click on the item, so that a new jsp will display.

After changing the name by clicking on submit button, i am again coming to the page where all items can can be seen. But here I am unable to see the changed name of the item.

I am seeing the old item name only in jsp page.

But if I keep S.O.P in JSP page I can able to see new edited name of the item.Actually in JSP page changed item name I can able to see using S.O.P statement, but using scriplet or out.println i can able to see old name only
if I refresh the page I can able to see latest name which I changed.

Can any Please help regrding this?

Thanks in advance

Subbarao Kondabala
 
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Sounds like a browser caching issue to me.
 
Subbarao Kondabala
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Ya, Browser is causing problem.

I checked in IE and Fire fox, both giving same results.

Do I need to change any browser setting?

Thanks in advance

Subbarao Kondabala
 
Bear Bibeault
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See this entry in the JSP FAQ.
 
Subbarao Kondabala
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Hi

This solution didn't resolve my problem


Can any please help regarding this?

Thanks in advance

Subbarao Kondabala
 
Ben Souther
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If it's not a browser caching issue then we would need to see some of your code to know what you're doing.
 
Subbarao Kondabala
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Hi,

Thanks.

My problem got solved.

Actually problem is in my code.

Subbarao Kondabala
 
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