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How to pass input values to the JSP using POST method

 
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One of the test html has the below code where it calls the sample.jsp using POST method.
The problem here that the SOP in the sample.jsp is coming as null . I am suspecting that name-value passed in the below html is not the correct way . Pardon my knowledge on few basics but can someone tell how to pass the value to JSP if this is not the correct way
I need the SOP to be printed which gets the sIP value passed to it .


check.html:
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sample.jsp:
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JSP which is invoked i.e sample.jsp is this way



 
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Please UseOneThreadPerQuestion. Let's continue at https://coderanch.com/t/562298/JSP/java/pass-input-values-JSP-POST.
 
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