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Regarding passing parameters in jsp

 
yekkala krishna
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Hi,
i am passing parameter as follows



but when i see in the request url it is seeing in this manner 10.80.159.20%3a7001%2fSAM-GSAM1
May i know what can i do to pass request as above only.
thanks in advance.

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rama
 
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Hey,

They are both the same, only the second one is properly encoded (as it should be). You will still recieve exactly the same text at the other end.

Sean
 
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Hi Clark,
Good to see your reply.
But i am not able to connect to our server if we do like this.

i am able to connect if i use syntax correctly.
what can i do now?

regards,
rama
 
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Hey,

If you could give us more infomation on how you are retrieving the parameter from the url once the link has been clicked, then it might be easier to help.

Sean
 
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Hi Bear,

i have updated my code tags.
By mistake i have entered incorrect tags.

Following is my code:
Here some characters like :,/,-> are converted to binary code.
Could this thing help you to solve my issue.



regards,
Rama
 
Sean Clark
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Hey,

Well firstly the code you posted has errors in it as you do not have <c:url..> opening tag.

Also I asked for the code that get's the calues from the URL, not the function that creates the URL.

Sean
 
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