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Where the heck is the .request documentation?!!!!

Posted on 2004-08-25
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I am trying to get some coding done for a JSP product but the JavaDocs site at sun (and subsequent searches on Google) reveal NOTHING about the request class and it's methods / properites.

I need the documentation for this entire class for example:

request.getParameterValue();  

Seems to be illegal or in need of a library that I am not including...


can somone point this VERY frustrated programmer to the EXACT page that gives me request object documentation for JSP?
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HttpServletRequest is what you wanna be looking for :-)
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only a "B"?

Good luck!!

Tim
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