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How to get Session Value In different Requests

Brajesh Choudhary

Joined: May 24, 2012
Posts: 8
Hello Friends

At one time when I add my CompanyInformationBean by using modal.addAttribute() there I am able to get my values as I print those values . Again when I am trying to get those values of my CompanyInformationBean in another request mapping I got only null values.How I am able to get those values as I have to print those values in my Jsp page.

Here is my stack trace

Here is my controller class

Here is my spring-business-context.xml

Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
Posts: 17276

That's a lot of code posted there, so I couldn't go through it all.

And not quite sure what you are looking for

But first I saw this

model.put("licenseInsuranceForm",new LicenseInsuranceBean());

In the first line you use addAttribute(), in the last line you just use put() Wouldn't you want to use the same one both times, maybe addAttribute()???

Also, do you want this in the model? Meaning the Response so it is available for rendering the jsp page? or do you want it in the HttpSession object? You can always pass in the HttpSession object to your controller method and then call a method to add an attribute in it. There is also @SessionAttribute which can be used to get stuff out of the HttpSession passed into your controller method.

But since I am not sure what you are trying to do, I just posted all possibilities I could think of.


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