Stefan Evans wrote:It could be noted that the Properties class does implement the Map interface, and you can pass it straight back to your JSP for read-only purposes.
Durga Kannan wrote:@Junilu Lacar: Thanks for pointing my mistake gently, as iam the beginner of JSP iam not aware of this. Let me know about JSP more in depth now onwards. If you can please suggest any material and links for me to start my JSP reads.
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I wrote a function cal in the submit button. In that function, am having session.set attribute. So that i can use the get attribute in the main page,to get the value.