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Lucky Singh
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Joined: Jan 19, 2004
Posts: 125
I have a servlet which receives input from a form, processes the data and sends response to a JSP.
public class A extends HttpServlet
{
public void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse res)
throws IOException, ServletException
{
String name =req.getParameter("name");
String city = req.getParameter("city");
String country = req.getParameter("country");
welcome.jsp? inname= name& incity=city & incountry=country;
}
}
I want to pass the 3 strings to a JSP welcome.jsp.
<%
String jspName = request.getParameter("inname");
String jspCity = request.getParameter("incity");
out.println("Welcome "+ jspName);
out.println("You live in "+ jspCity);
%>
Is the abpve correct in the servlet and jsp?
Bear Bibeault
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What happened when you tried it?


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Lucky Singh
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Joined: Jan 19, 2004
Posts: 125
Thanks. I got it.
Afroz Ahmed
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Joined: Jan 18, 2004
Posts: 64
Hello,
Try this code to send the parameters to the welcome file...
<a href="welcome.jsp?incity='"+ <%= city %> + "'& incountry='" +
<%= country % > + " '">
or
String s="welcome.jsp?incity='"+ city + "'& incountry='" +
country + " '";
<a href="<%= s %>" >
I hope the above one will work.

Regards
Afroz Ahmed(SCJP 1.4)


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