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Web Flow: Neither BindingResult nor plain target object for bean name available as request attribute

 
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Neither BindingResult nor plain target object for bean name 'orderForm' available as request attribute
The above is the error I am getting when I try to move from index page to main page. In Spring MVC we set the model class in request which gets used by that page. I am not knowing how to do it here. I have come across theory that we set it in request scope or flash scope etc. I am not knowing how to pass it to a jsp. This one concept of passing a model object to a jsp and using its attributes of that class, I am not really getting it. I kindly request someone to help me.

This is my flows.xml

enterPewrsonalDetails.jsp


xxx-servlet.xml
 
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If I try to use the formAction class, it is no longer existing. It was there in spring 1(If i am not mistaken)
 
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