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How to share a context (Struts and servlet)

Andrei Antonescu
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Joined: Jul 08, 2010
Posts: 75
Hello,
I have a application coded in Struts. I want to install a servlet on the same app that has

Is there any way to send data from the Servlet to a method called in the Struts portion of the app?
I have tried (in the servlet):

And in the struts action:

with no luck.

Thanks in advance
Krishna Madhava
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Joined: Sep 21, 2007
Posts: 11
hi,

you can share the data between servlets and struts like below...

in servlets set the data::

request.getSession().setAttribute("data","content");


in struts 2 action class get the data:::

using ActionContext

ActionContext actionContext = ActionContext.getContext();
actionContext.getSession.get("data");

I hope it should work..

Thank you

 
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