Actually u might have set the from bean before coming to jsp in some action .As soon as u come to that jsp u r displaying that ..........but after submitting this page if the scope of the form bean is request then that vector wont be avialble for u .
so u need to set the scope if u want it to be avialable across different requests.
But making the scope "session" based does not help. I can see the vector and it contains the no. of rows that was displayed. But it does not contain the values of the entities that was displayed. For example misShiftAlloc = null in this case
Joined: Sep 21, 2003
There is no way that this can happen and i feel u r having a vector of objects ....and that each object having set and get methods . As long as the scope of the form bean is not lost there is no way that objects canm be lost untill unless u r explicitly setting them to null by any chance check it out ........
Joined: Jul 26, 2004
Actually in that object - it consists of two other objects. So when the submit is hit, it seems it cannot determine where to put the values.