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how to read the querystring..

 
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hi i have a problem in reading the querystring....

if suppose i have the url "/abc?zone=053&circle=539"

how should i read the value of zone and circle.

is request.getQueryString() the only way to read it.

if yes it will read as "zone=053&circle=539" then how should i seperate it.

should i take the substring or there is any other way out. kindly throw some light on it.

thanks in advance

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Toukhir Mujawar
 
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use request.getParameter("zone"); and request.getParameter("circle"); to get the values of zone and circle attributes.
 
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