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when i invoke a jsp page..initially the page passes null value to the servlet page which is called using <jsp:forward>..how can i rectify the problem
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you can use <jsp:param> to send parameters to forwarded pages:
example:
<jsp:forward href="some.jsp">
  <jsp:param name="param" value="value1"/>
</jsp:forward>

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