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veda vyas

Joined: Apr 11, 2011
Posts: 3
i want to pass pagesize value dynamically from jsp how can i do this ,below i am putting my java class

public IExtendedPaginatedList getPaginatedListFromRequest(HttpServletRequest request){

IExtendedPaginatedList paginatedList = new PaginatedListImpl();
String sortCriterion = request.getParameter(IExtendedPaginatedList.IRequestParameters.SORT);
paginatedList.setSortDirection(IExtendedPaginatedList.IRequestParameters.DESC.equals(request.getParameter(IExtendedPaginatedList.IRequestParameters.DIRECTION))? SortOrderEnum.DESCENDING : SortOrderEnum.ASCENDING);
int pageSize = 25; // Rows per page
String thePage = request.getParameter(IExtendedPaginatedList.IRequestParameters.PAGE);
if(thePage != null){
int index = paginatedList == null? 0 : Integer.parseInt(thePage) - 1;

return paginatedList;

please help me
Mohamed Sanaulla
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Joined: Sep 08, 2007
Posts: 3152

Please UseCodeTags and also TellTheDetails - we need to know what is the problem with the code you have provided or what are the exceptions being thrown. You could have a look at PaginationOrPaging which explains some approaches for Pagination.

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Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19973

Two things:

(1) Remove the line which hard-codes the number of lines per page.

(2) Pass the number of lines per page as a parameter of the method.
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: pagination
jQuery in Action, 3rd edition