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Getting variables value from JSP

Posted on 2002-03-06
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I've produced a simple flash UI with two text fields: modelName and sessionKey.

In the frame, I have this action script:
load variables("test.jsp",0);

In the jsp program, I have the body
<%
  out.print("modelName=Testing");
  out.print("sessionKey=1234567");
%>

But when I run the html file in browser, I can't see anything in the text files. The UI works fine with .txt file. Would anybody help?
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Question by:francesluk
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try to append a "&" before each variable like this:
out.print("&modelName=Testing");
out.print("&sessionKey=1234567");

Marian
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