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ilias basha
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hi,

i have a requirement to parse the data of six fields which i am going to receive when i call a jsp,

and the response is similar to a html, if you can give hints how to approach the problem, it would be of great help.

thanks in advance.
 
Dawn Charangat
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what kind of fields are they ? text fields ? if yes, then you can try

request.getParameter(fieldName)
 
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Moving to JSP
 
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and the response is similar to a html,


ALL a JSP does is create a HTML page.

Handle requests generated by a FORM on the HTML page the same way no matter how the page was originally generated.

For debugging purposes you might start with a static HTML page, just to reduce the number of variables. Use the browser "view source" capability to verify that your JSP is writing what you expect.

Bill
 
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