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Sending the list from server to the JSP

 
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Hi,

I have a form which has the list Box. The user selects multiple items in the list box. I get the selected values using request.getParameterValues.

Now i have to display these values in another JSP from server for the confirmation. How this can be done ?

Page1 , user selects and submits the form to the server. Now from the server i have to display the selected item on Page2 for the confirmation.

Please help

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Sending the list from server to the JSP



From your topic title I am surmising that you think that the JSP is not already on the server. JSP is a server-side technology for formatting HTML pages to be sent to the browser.

I recommend reading this article to make sure that you understand what JSP is all about.

Then, I'd have you read this article for information on the patterns used in web applications that cover the situation you are asking about.
[ February 01, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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