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put request.Property value into bean

 
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Hi,
This may be simple but...
I have a value passed to a servlet via a get i.e. ?item=value
I retrieve this value with request.getProperty(value);
but i want to put the value into a bean so as serveral other jsp's and servlets can retrieve it from that bean.
How do i do it?
Cheers
 
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For passing objects in request scope:
Object item = request.getAttribute("item");\
item = new Object("bla");
request.setAttribute( "item", item);
Session scope:
HttpSession session = request.getSession( true );
Object item = session.getAttribute("item");
item = new Object("bla");
session.setAttribute( "item", item);
There is also an servlet context wide scope if the
former two are not enough.
 
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If the bean hasn't bean created, and you want it in the session scope:

I think that this is what you're looking for
 
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Thanks,
Thats it!

Cheers
 
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