I have a jsp page that has an html from that does a post to a servlet. The servlet then takes the data and puts it into a bean and then send it to another jsp page. I was using the following code: Servlet: getServletContext().setAttribute("logonBean", logonBean); response.setIntHeader("Refresh", 0); response.sendRedirect(pageName); JSP: <jsp:useBean id="logonBean" class="logon.LogonBean" scope="application" /> This was working but I read in this forum that using servletContext could cause problems if I have more than one user at a time so I decided to use HttpSession and changed my code to this: Servlet: HttpSession session = request.getSession(true); session.setAttribute("logonBean", logonBean); RequestDispatcher dispatcher = getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher(pageName); dispatcher.forward(request, response); JSP: <%@ page session="true" %> <jsp:useBean id="logonBean" scope="session" class="logon.LogonBean" /> The problem is that it doesn't work now. If I use the requestDispatcher instead of redirect all I get in the browser is a page not found with the servlet as the url. If I go back to using the redirect the jsp page blows up from apparently not being able to read the bean. Does anyone see anything obvious that I am doing wrong or give me suggestions to try.
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