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session tracking problem

Goran Markovic
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Joined: Sep 26, 2008
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Hi. I can't perform session tracking, I cannot use JavaBean in the propagated JSP. When I create bean in the JSP which point at another JSP, the bean created in the first one under session scope, is perfectly extracted in the second JSP.

But, when I initialize bean from JSP, and go to the servlet (just to redirect to anothrt JSP page), the redirected page says that bean is null! It has a bean under session scope (regarding that no new bean is instantiated cause body of the


the servlet Checker, has code :



and the display.jsp




And I get that value of name and lastname are null!!!
Totally confusing...Does anyone have a clue?
Jesus Angeles
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Joined: Feb 26, 2005
Posts: 2061
Since you are forwarding (rd.forward) to somewhere still inside your application, and not using response.sendRedirect(), can you try encodeUrl instead of encodeRedirectUrl? Let us know.
Goran Markovic
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Joined: Sep 26, 2008
Posts: 399
No it wont.
I try with RequestDispatcher - encodeURL()
then I try with redirecting res.sendRedirect(path) -encodeRedirectURL()
and it neither wont. I don't understand, how could I track then session if I can't by these two ways???
 
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