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problem in reloading the JSP

 
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i am building an online examination programe in which there are two JSP are being used. one of them let the user to be registered and another one is for displaying feedback.

first jsp having applets embedded in it for user interface. it calls second jsp by getAppletContext.showDocument() method of applets. all the datas that have been entered by user are being stored as session attributes. in fact, there is an intermediate servlet that takes over storing of data in session but this is not part of my problem.

when feedback JSP called first time, it display all data correctly by session's getAttribute method.



but when user edit the entries from first JSP and feedback jsp called again, it doesn't display the new values that has been stored in session, it statically displaying previous values.
while the old attribute values replaced by new one in session and it is cross checked also in servlet. the problem created by feedback JSP.

as how much i know unlike html, JSP pages are dynamic.it is typical for me to point out the problem any way. please take over it

regards
san
 
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