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Reading request.attributes() in my servlet dosent work, can anyone tell my why ?

Frank Jacobsen
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Joined: May 17, 2002
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I try this in my servlet :

System.out.println("FJA er i dopost på ReadDocument..." + request.getParameter("DocId"));

But the DocId is null.....

I want some parameters send from my java program to my servlet, not in the url, but as a post.....

Schould i make a request.getParameter("DocId") or ???

Is this the right to do it, or is there a better solution ?



Frank
Rob Spoor
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setRequestProperty does not what you think it does. It does not set properties that will be part of the request query. Instead, modify the URL:
Note that I just added the request key and value directly. In practice, you should use URLEncoder.encode("DocId", "UTF-8") and URLEncoder.encode("NOINDEX.A1001001A09E14A73748F00664.A09E14A73748F00664.1000", "UTF-8"). Or a different encoding if you like.


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Frank Jacobsen
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Thanks a lot, i just googled URLEncoder, and thats the way to do it

Thanks a lot for helping me out

Frank
 
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