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How to get my JSP propety values in Java class

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How to get my JSP propety values in Java class, Property are textbox and drop down menu.

I dont want to pass in query string bcz i want to get mre than 10 filed.

i am using struts framwork.

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> How to get my JSP propety values in Java class, Property are textbox and drop down menu.

They must be passed as part of the request

> I dont want to pass in query string bcz i want to get mre than 10 filed.

they need to be passed inthe query string
if it will be long then just use POST method
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if you use struts don't you get the values in the ActionForm?.
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if you submit the form, then you don't need to use query string. If ActionForm field names matches with the input attribute names in form, values will come in ActionForm object

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need to mention ...
action=# and method post  in form in jsp (if java script submit)
 
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