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getting HttpServletRequest Object?

 
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Hi ,

somehow in the init() method can i have the HttpServletRequest object ??
[ June 30, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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You can't
The request object is generated when a request is made to your app (someone hits your site with a browser).

The init method occurs when the servlet is being deployed (before any requests can be made).

As far as your servlet is concerned: no request objects exist when your init method is being called.
 
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