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Posted on 2001-07-21
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Hello,
I am using Tomcat 3.21 for JSP.
I am facing a problem with jsp. I want to send some information to other jsp page.
When I use a url like this in frame src:

<FRAME SRC="displayMessages.jsp#current?rn=<%=roomname%>" name="MessageWin">

other page is unable to retrive querystring value and
request.getParamter("rn") returns null

Then I have to use url like this to get that querystring value

<FRAME SRC="displayMessages.jsp?rn=<%=roomname%>" name="MessageWin">

I have to remove #current from the src attribute.
I want to include #current becuase I want to scroll page down to appropriate
place on displayMessage.jsp.

Is there any solution to this problem.

Sukhwinder Singh  
 

 


   

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a.marsh earned 150 total points
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I would recommend leaving the #current out.

What you can do is add this to the <body> tag of the page displayed after the form submission:

onload="window.location.hash = 'current';"

:o)

Ant
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by:Sukhwinder Singh
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It means there is problem with JSP engine....
Is it?

OK I'll try it and then tell you I think it'll work.........
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by:a.marsh
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Not sure - but if you think about it there should never be this kind of "situation" with a URL as you would normally submit details via a form and then there would never be a #current.

:o)

Ant
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by:Sukhwinder Singh
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Your method work but I have also found a solution to my problem...
It will work if we write like this
<FRAME SRC="displayMessages.jsp?rn=<%=roomname%>#current" name="MessageWin">
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