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Problem in using getParameter()

 
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Hi,
I am sending data from one jsp page to other.
But I am not getting complete data on other side.
The data is in UTF-8 format.
Please helpme out.
 
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What are you sending ? What do you get on the other side ? Some example would make it easier for us to help you.
 
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Can you please put the entire code that you were trying!
 
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Try this

Page 1. calls Page 2

In Page 2,

request.getParameter("name of parameter to retrieve")
[ August 26, 2008: Message edited by: David O'Meara ]
 
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i don't think the data format will be issue in receiving the data in another JSP...


What this format means UTF-8 format ???
 
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Hi Krrish Pandey welcome to Javaranch,

Have you set the encoding/content type properly?
 
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