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jibs parap
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Re: Head First Servlets and JSP(1st edition), page 738.
request.getRequestDispatcher("results.jsp");

The code for this results.jsp is written some where in the book?

Thanks for your help in advance.
Chinmaya Chowdary
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Hi, Jibs.
I think, result.jsp is present in page no. 87.
Deepak Bala
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If you explain the problem in more detail, it will probably attract more replies. Not every one owns the Head first book.


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If you explain the problem in more detail, it will probably attract more replies.

Sounds clear enough to me There's a reference to a file called results.jsp, but the source is not page 738. I don't own the book so I can't reply though... And Chinmaya already replied anyway


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Deepak Bala
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Christophe Verré wrote:
If you explain the problem in more detail, it will probably attract more replies.

Sounds clear enough to me There's a reference to a file called results.jsp, but the source is not page 738. I don't own the book so I can't reply though... And Chinmaya already replied anyway


I assumed there was a related question like 'I attached a request attribute in the servlet and want to know how results.jsp can use blah blah'. Looks like the question is more about the book and a missing code snippet, so I guess Chinmaya's answer should suffice
jibs parap
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that was really quickie, thanks for that.

Sorry if the query confused anyone.

Cheers
 
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