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Model is not working?

 
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hi,

I have a servlet from that two values given by the are passed to the model class set method.

But when try to retrieve those values in another servlet its not coming .

And i have imported the model class in both the servlets.

Help me

 
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imports are meaningless at run time. Are you passing the same instance around?
 
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nop im not .

Im creating different instaces.
 
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Basic Java: values set in one instance will not be automatically available in another. What are you doing to set the values into the new instance?
 
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creating diffrent instances means you are creating diffrent objects. create a single object, set the value of the object and pass the object to the another servlet.
 
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