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As for your problem, the Struts way to do it would be to make sure that your AdminLevelForm has an adminLevelID attribute and corresponding getter/setter. This would shield you from having to access the request directly to get the query parameters. Your code as it is now is not giving you the results you expected because you should use request.getParameter() rather than request.getAttribute() to get to the values in the query string.