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how to preserve the lastly added contents in table in JSP page?

 
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Hii all,
I am developing some application in which I will add some information to the table by collecting content of each row from other page. There is add link in the last column of each row. Next time when I am trying to add information to next row the previously added information is getting vanished(since the first page is executing once again).but I want to preserve the lastly added contents. How can I do this...? Some part of code I have presented below.

firstpage.jsp


secondpage.jsp


can anyone try to understand this problem and help me....

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Abhijit
 
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Cool, you mean I can define my own allergies at runtime?

I'm allergic to Java code in JSPs and poorly-formatted HTML.

If you *really* want to continue down this path, you'd need to keep a collection of the form data you're gathering in the session.
 
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