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Spring MVC: How to handle to different command object for two different forms

 
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I have two jsp pages. On page 1, I enter the data and submit the form. I have set the command class and command name in bean definition and the same command name in jsp page. Same set up for jsp page 2. It has its own command class, command class name in bean definition and the same name in jsp. As i click SUBMIT on JSP 1, I am getting the following error

Error at the line <td><form:input path="userName"/> </td> of page 2
Neither BindingResult nor plain target object for bean name 'customerForm2' available as request attribute

Both the controllers extend SimpleFormController

 
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