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How do you pass a string from servlet to jsp if jsp is on another server?

 
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How do you pass a string from servlet to jsp if jsp is on another server?

Please provide me solution for this.

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Use the query string with the JSP and redirect to the URL., like
 
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thanks Sagar for quick response

but stil I m not able to get that how I set a string in servlet and get that in jsp if jsp is on another server?

please provide me some kind of code for it.

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I told you to use the "query string" and to access it in the JSP page use request.getParameter(). EL for the same:


 
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Exactly what sequence of events are you trying to create here?

If you want the servlet to redirect to the other server, you have to use a URL containing the parameter like Sagar said. See the HttpServletResponse sendRedirect() and encodeRediretURL() methods.

If you have some other sequence of events in mind, kindly explain.

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as sagar said now at another server jsp page code
 
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amrish sharma wrote:request.getparametre('param').toString().trim();


If you are going to post code, please make sure that it is accurate. The spelling of the method is getParameter() not "getparametre", and strings must be in double quotes, not single quotes.
 
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Hi,

Please create output and set the value that you want to send to next server hidden field in it. and on load of the of that html page redirect to the server url.




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right but you have to flush
 
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