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From Micael Padraig Og mac Grene <>
Subject Re: jsp parameters. Urgent!
Date Fri, 08 Mar 2002 22:46:22 GMT
Essentially, the answer is to have whatever page calls a page send the page 
the parameters, unless you want to store the data in a larger scope.  The 
page that calls the page can be the page itself, of course.  Nothing 
metaphysical about that.  Just can be itself.  If you mean can a page which 
is not calling a page send the page the parameters, then you have to start 
thinking about putting the data in a larger scope, i.e. session, 
application, world.


At 04:45 PM 3/8/02 -0600, you wrote:
>Please I need help,...
>This is not a Tomcat question, but I know here I can find some JSP
>Could you tell me all the ways I could send (safe) parameters from a jsp
>to a jsp file?
>Please discard the url parameters...
>I have a jsp (Valida.jsp) which opens a new navigator window
>(javascript), and that new navigator window contents another jsp
>(Portal.jsp).  I need to send some parameters from Valida.jsp to
>Portal.jsp. In fact the second Jsp is formed by frames and one of the
>frames has a jsp (Left.jsp) that needs those parameters...
>Could you please help me? Give some hints or examples...  I really need
>your help..
>Or if you couldn't, please tell me where I can find that information....
>Thank you very much..
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