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send a bean from jsp to a servlet

 
Alessandro Ilardo
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Hi there,
I've got a form in a jsp page, and I'd like to send the collected data to a servlet using a bean.

I had look on docs regarding Java Beans, but I didn't understand if automatically set the property-bean when the user press the submit button or I need to add some code?
Can someone give some code example where to work on?

This's some code I'm using in my form.
 
malek aftab
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Hi,
You can use serveral input fields in your html or jsp files, then in your target action, set input values to a java bean by:
<jsp:useBean id="" type=""/>
<jsp:setProperty property="*"/>
 
malek aftab
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Hi,
You can use serveral input fields in your html or jsp files, then in your target action, set input values to a java bean by:
<jsp:useBean id="" class=""/>
<jsp:setProperty property="*"/>
 
Alessandro Ilardo
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sorry, but it is not very clear what you wrote.
Should I replace the action value in the form tag with the one's you gave me?
Could you please be so kind to make me a code example.
Thanks for your help.
 
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If you are submitting the form to a servlet there will be no beans, or any JSP for that matter, involved.

You will pull the submitted values from the request instance with the getParameter family of request methods.
 
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