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compilation error in the included jsp page

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hi,

  I have response.jsp and payout.jsp files. payout.jsp file was included in response.jsp with include directive tag.
We have a Vector object which was initialized in response.jsp that is being used by payout.jsp page. Since the Vector object (i.e. pat) was not initialized in payout.jsp, it gives compilation error: pat cannot be resolved.
  How to resolve this? I appreciate ur help.

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Question by:mvkraju
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Add it to the request (in response.jsp), then get it back out in payout.jsp...

---- in response.jsp ---

<%
  request.setAttribute( "vect", yourVectorObject ) ;
%>

--- in payout.jsp ---

<%
  Vector theVectorObject = (Vector)request.getAttribute( "vect" ) ;
%>
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