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How to send object from servlet to jsp without using Scoped variables

satyaprasad veeramsetti
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Hi guys, how can we send any object ,from servlet to jsp but below conditions apply
a)don't use scoped variables and
b)Jstl with EL-exepresions.
please let me know is there any another way of sending object to jsp from servlet...

Thanks in advance
Satyaprasad
Bear Bibeault
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Is this a puzzle? An interview question?

Because otherwise it makes no sense to not used scoped variables for their intended purpose.


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satyaprasad veeramsetti
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Please send me the answer for the question
Bear Bibeault
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Please answer mine first. Without knowing the reason for the strange question, it's impossible to guess what the restrictions are.
Stefan Evans
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What is meant by "scoped variables"? Are you referring to attributes or something else?
Is that constraint you are meant to use JSTL/EL or prohibited from doing so (and if prohibited, why?)

The standard way to pass an object from a servlet to a JSP is as an attribute in scope.
From the servlet:



You then access it on the JSP page via EL: ${requestScope.myVal} or just ${myVal} which would result in 42.
similarly for ${sessionScope.mySessionVal} and ${applicationScope.myApplicationVal}
Bear Bibeault
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Yes, those are scoped variables. But we're still waiting for the OP to explain why they need to be avoided.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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