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Passing Date objcet as parameter

Posted on 2003-11-16
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Hello,

How to pass a date object as a parameter between two jsp pages

Thanks in advance

Regards

-Dipali
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you can use:

    request.setAttribute("Attribute name" , yourObject); //sets the object for request

, you can retrive it the same way:

     Object yourObject=request.getAttribute("Attribut name");

, or you can store your object in session, if you want, the methods are absolutely the same as i've shown above.
 
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if you need to pass them as url parameter, you can make user of SimpleDataFormat object:

java.text.SimpleDateFormat sdf = new java.text.SimpleDateFormat( "yyyyMMdd" );

then construct the url as
page.jsp?mydate=<%=sdf.format( myDate ) %>

you can then retrieve it as parameter in page.jsp as:

String strMyDate = request.getParameter( "mydate" );
// you need to check for null.
java.util.Date date = sdf.parse( strMyDate );
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