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JSP String value obtained from servlet out

 
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Pseudo code:

//Servlet
String theString = "Servlet's output String";
PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();
out.print(theString);


//JSP
<%
String thestringFromServlet = Servlet's output String;
%>





Is this possible?
TIA!
 
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Assuming that you are getting to the JSP from the servlet via a forward, no. What is it that you're really trying to do? And is the assumption about the forward correct?

There are ways to get data from the servlet to the JSP, but the response buffer is not one of them.
[ March 14, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Bear,
thanks for the reply.
I am using the NTLM servlet to pull the authenticated username from the browser.
So for instance if I access the Servlet it prints out mydomain/gforte.
I was trying to "include" the Servlet in my jsp and "grab" that string(mydomain/gforte).

I could easily do this by accessing the Servlet first and then redirect to my jsp and pass this as a POST parameter OR set a session in the servlet and then redirect, but I was trying to keep it modular so that other apps could use it.

How else could I access a Variable called authenticatedUser (that resides in the Servlet) from my jsp without a redirect from the servlet?

Thanks for any tips!
[ March 14, 2007: Message edited by: g forte ]
 
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Again that all depends upon the relationship berween the serlvet and the JSP.

Included? Forwarded? Redirected?
 
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Sorry, Included.
Thanks.
 
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Then scoped variables in request scope should do nicely.
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