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<c:set > value is not accessing in Spring Controller class

 
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Hi there

this is my JSP code



and this is my controller code


I am trying to access that set variable in my Controller class but I am getting null each time

Where is error?


Thanks
 
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something like this worked for me



and in controller



but problem is now parameter is displaying in uRL like this


http://localhost:8080/CollegeManagementSystem/searchStudent?searchStudent=acounts



which I do not want to display in URL

any other approach
 
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What are you trying to achieve here?
You;re setting an application scope (that is, a scope visible to all sessions) variable to something, but for the life of me I can't see why.
 
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this is my updated code


and this is JSP



I want to detect some values in my controller class that differentiate from where request is coming from which page their are differet JSP like this accounts which are calling to same URL "searchStudent" I want those URL differntiate in my controller class
 
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