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Dispatching ResultSet object from Servlet to JSP

Yogender Butola
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Joined: Jul 19, 2004
Posts: 12
I'm creating a database connection in a servlet. In the same servlet I'm retrieving the data from the data base into a ResultSet object say 'rs'. Now, when I try to put this object in he Request object [request.setAttribute("result",rs)] an exception is thrown that is "Attribute has no value". I've successfully used this technique for forwarding the Exception object to the error page in the catch block of the same servlet. I don't why it's giving the error. When I try to display the values of the ResultSet object "rs" it displays all the values, which indicates that the resultset is not empty. pls ans asap.
Thanks.




I'm using RequestDispatcher object to
unni krishna
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Joined: Jul 14, 2004
Posts: 39
Don't put rs into request, use a value object instead. This is a general advice, not related to the error that you are getting.


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