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Hi,
I've run into a problem here...i have a MIDlet that is trying to communicate with a servlet but when i try and pass a parameter from the MIDlet it is giving me a nullpointerexception in tomcat...im using the POST method...and request.getparameter("temp1");....in the servlet...its also temp1 in the query string on midlet side...any pointers why??...on hardcoding i get a value back...but thats not the way is it??...thnx
arvind
 
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hi arvind first u deaclare value globaly
String value="";
value=request.getParameter("value of u r passing from gui");
if variable u r passing is long
Long valueL=new Long(value);
then this value pass in query

kishore
 
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