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request.getQueryString(). Would this work on HTTPS

 
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Hi frnds,

Is there any limitation that request.getQueryString() will be null on HTTPS.
 
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have you tried it ? Is it returning null ?
 
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It should work.
I think the only method which might behave differently in the context of HTTP and HTTPS is isSecure() method of servlerrequest interface.
 
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