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JSP Form help?

 
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Hi Folks,

Not sure exactly what is happening here but I hava fairly simple problem (should be). I'm trying to process a form which contains two text input fields using a jsp file. Everything works correctly when submitting the form with GET yet when I switch to POST I only get null values. The form is displayed from apache v2.2 which then redirects the request to a tomcat virtual url :8080/skynav which is running from tomcat 5.5. The web.xml defines the welcome file as project.jsp. Is there a meta tag that I'm forgetting to use to encode the text. Some code below. Your help is appreicated. Thanks!!!

Andreas




 
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Where is the skynav source that your sending the information to?

And why is that code using GET and not POST?
 
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