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transfer a variable from one jsp to another on button click

 
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Her I want to transfer the variable "s" from the first jsp file to second jsp file

first.jsp:

s="hi";
<form action="Button.jsp" method="get" name="value">
<button type="submit" >Older Versions</button>
</form></center>

Second.jsp:

<%
String s=(String)request.getAttribute("value");
%>

<br><br><br><br><br>
<center><h1>The Older Version Of Aggregate are:
<%out.println(" "+s);%>
</h1></center>

can any one help me to transfer the "S" to second jsp and printing that....

 
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dont directly submit jsp to another jsp. introduce servlet in between that.
to transfer your value you need to tie the value to html tags. for instance use hidden html tag in html form to submit the value to servlet.
and in servlet get the value using request#getParameter. and set the value in any one of the scope(preferably request)and forward to Second.jsp

in Second.jsp you read/print the value.

P.S: there are many ways to do this. the above flow is just one of them.
 
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you can also use hidden form field.
 
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Hi Narayana,

i think i did it in the below way. i think this might be helpful and not pretty sure if this is what you are expecting. please let me know if so.
replace your code with the below one.


first.jsp:



second.jsp:



 
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