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In my application from front end there can be many complex queries fired. And the result i want to show in my JSP in pagination.
I do not want to store the value in session of collection as many user simulatenously can acces it.
So which is the best alternative. I had heard above cached rowset but do not have a definite idea is there any other way?
Thanks aakash
 
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Consider using hidden fields to pass data from one page to the other for display. This also has its own disadvantage though
 
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aakash,
This very subject has been discussed at great length in these forums. If you search this forum (JSP) and the Servlets forum for terms like 'paging' and 'pagination' you should find some useful info.
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