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pass jsp values of textbox through servlet as entry point to other jsp file:

i am having one jsp page with text boxes,
jsp page is requesting to entry servlet
i want to pass values which is redirected to other jsp

can you help, when i try to retrieve values i found them null


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Question by:evaibhav
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in servlet coding do like this

request.setAttribute("TextBoxValue",request.getParameter("TextBoxValue"));
RequestDispatcher dispatcher = getRequestDispatcher ( "yoursecondjsp.jsp" );

if ( dispatcher == null ) {
            throw new Exception ( "Unable to find yoursecondjsp.jsp " );
            }
      //      Pass control to the jsp page , which will write directly to the output stream.
      dispatcher.forward (request, response);

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in second jsp

String textBoxValue=(String)request.getAttribute("TextBoxValue");



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if you are using dispatcher.forward then you need not to set attribute. in forward the request object is passed as is so in the second jsp you should be able to do a simple request.getParmaeter("TextBoxValue") and it should give you the values.
I think the problem is that you are using .redirect() method. redirect makes a new request and response and as a result setAttribute will not work either.

if you have to use redirect then its better to put your values in session and retrive it from there...
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