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Jsp To StrutsAction1, what are my choices for passing Json string, how?

RamC ChandraS
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Hi All,

I have some knowledge on all Jsp, Json(gson) and Struts 1 action.

I need to send json string(basically java string) as a result so the requestor(the jsp page) can get that string.

I don't know exactly how to use the Session, request, response in terms of setting and getting parameter and/or attribute in this particualr case.

Any insight or suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

rcs
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The response of a request is text. Period. You need to generate a JSON string to send back. You could write directly to the response, or generate the JSON in a JSP, etc.
 
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