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Any alternative to this way of session handling in struts?

 
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Hi ,

The following is the flow..

JSP1->MyForm->MyAction->JSP2

If I want to maintain the session,then I will write coding in execute method of MyAction,to put the datas in the session using request object. Is this way of handling the data is good?

or is there any other way to get the datas from jsp 1 to jsp 2,

is it possible to access the data from MyForm

Thanks for your time,

 
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You can certainly use the session. Depending on how long you want to hold on to your variables, you may find that the request object will suffice.

Check out JavaBeans and Scope within the Struts documentation.

 
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