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Hi, I have a servletA that reads a serialized object into memory. It then displays a JSP page which shows the different field data of that object. These fields would be links to another servletB. I don't want to read in the object twice, how would servletB get access to the object in memory in servletA? Is there a way to do this without EJB? Thanks. SQ
posted 15 years ago
I am assuming that it's an HttpServlet so I guess you could put the object in the <B>request</B> object with the setAttribute() method and forward to ServletB...
Tony Alicea Senior Java Web Application Developer, SCPJ2, SCWCD