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I created a javabean that takes the input from a checkbox for 6 different cabs, Cab 1, Cab2, Cab3 etc. I have private variables cab1Counter++ etc., in my bean with associated get and set methods for each cabCounter. I created the below JSP to give me a summary of my inputs.

MY PROBLEM: If I select an item it gets incremented, but on a second pass if the item is not selected it's counter goes back to 0. I cannot come up with a good way to iterate over my string of cab's entered. Anyone have any ideas?

 
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Hi Gerald,

As state is held in your bean, your bean needs to be persistent between requests. Are you asking how to implement this?

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Yes, I have gotten lost in the realm of state, I want this bean to persist between requests, without EJB.
 
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Attach it to the session as an attribute. Be sure not to recreate it on each page.
 
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It being the bean? I am not sure what you mean. I have a count variable, also private with a get method that increments the count variable ++, and also returns the incremented variable. This works fine. So I am not sure that the state is correct.
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