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session problem in one of the jsp

 
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Dear java guru's
I have got jsp page A.jsp.User select few option and this jsp calls
B.servlet this takes user input and pass to
C.bean which returns vector to B.servlet
This servlet put vector in session and dispatch to new jsp
D.jsp which calls
E.jsp in it for Image generation.
This E.jsp retrieve vector from session and generate a image and reurn to D.jsp
Now my problem is that session in B.servlet and D.jsp are same but a new session in created in E.jsp so image is null as it could get data from vector which is null.
I put System.out.println(session.getId()) in each servlet and jsp so to get thier ID's.
This is working fine in my system with Tomcat 3.2 but on web the new session is created for E.jsp
I am calling E.jsp like this
<img src=<%=response.encodeURL("/iscap/report/jspChart.jsp")%> alt="generation image" width="400" height="350" border="1">
I am making page session=true in each jsp and also puttting request.getSession(false);
but still E.jsp is getting new session.I tried eliminating each one and made all combination that could be possible but not effect.
How Can I solve this problem on the web where I have to load this?
Do I have to make setting in context .
payal sharma
 
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Presumably E.jsp is not getting the cookie that the other jsp are seeing - this is likely because the jsp are in different applications as far as the server URL is concerned.
Bill
 
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