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hi,
How can i forward vector from one jsp to another?
 
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Putting it in the request before forwarding, using request.setAttribute ?
 
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hi
There is number of ways you can forward vector from one jsp page to another.check your case from following statemets:

If you want your vector scope is limied to request then use
request.setAttribute("name",vector object);
then use request dispatcher to forward the request
and use
request.getAttribute("name");
If you want your vector available for whole session then use

session.setAttribute("name",vector object);

Get this vector in your required jsp page by

session.getAttribute("name");

If you want your vector available for whole web-app then use

getSerletContext().setAttribute("name",vector object);

Get this vector in your required jsp page by

getSerletContext().session.getAttribute("name");

Bhupinder Singh
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