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How to avoid using session scope in this case?

Henry Sun
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Joined: May 09, 2003
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Hi, friends,
I have a page in which I must declare some beans in order to show read-only text and pictures in this page. When I submit the page, it goes into a form bean to execute validation. If any error occurs, struts will go back to the original page. But this time the beans(which have only request scope) do not exist any more. So the page display will go error. I don't want to put the beans into session. Does anyone have an idea on this case?
Thanks
henry
 
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