the thing to do is to look in your work folder (eg tomcat/work) and find the code for getting the bean in a servlet from the JSP you wrote that accessed it
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for getting the bean in a servlet from the JSP you wrote that accessed it.
In my servlet, I tried to get one of the properties of the bean - I got a null. I am not trying to, and I do not want to, get the bean from the JSP. I simply tested to get one of the properties of the bean in a JSP - it was not a null. [ December 06, 2003: Message edited by: JiaPei Jen ]
Without seeing the rest of your servlet code I can't be sure, but are you sure it's not a "scope" problem? Check that you don't have two variables called "editor" in your JSP, and that you have definately initialised the editor variable before you use it.