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I have my page in session. I have an array list that i am setting in the request scope in my action class using request.setAttribute("indArray",indArray);
This the action class for my home page which is taking me to a registration page. The registration page has another action class. I am populating a list box from the indArray that i have set in the request scope. When the register page gets submitted and there are errors my request objects go out of scope and rightfully so. How do i circumvent the issue?
Joined: Aug 20, 2002
ok i got this done. i checked if the request object was not null for the attribute and then set it to the session and from the session i set it back into the request object primarily because i was use the request attribute to display it back into the page.