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Request parameters in Eclipse 6.5.1 debug session

 
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I am looking for the values sent from a jsp to another jsp in MyEclipse debug session , also from a jsp to a servlet.

This is Eclipse 6.5.1, and I have read many articles and suggestions, but I am not finding the path to the key/value pairs sent
in the request object.

Has anyone had success with this?

Thanks.
 
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Debug JSP using eclipse may help you
 
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try this Plugin
 
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I have read the tutorial you mention; it is too high level to address this issue. Thank you for the suggestion , however.
 
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Mary Taylor wrote:This is Eclipse 6.5.1, and ...


Eclispe 6.5.1? You must be mixing up things here. The current version number of Eclipse is 3.4. The current version of NetBeans is 6.5.1.

Are you talking about Eclipse or NetBeans?
 
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My mistake; I am actually talking about MyEclipse rather than Eclipse itself.
 
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Why do you need a plugin to do something that it seems everyone would need to do all the time? Why isn't this basic functionality?

Thanks for explaining.
 
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