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Thread: Servlet Writing to Object or Bean

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    Default Servlet Writing to Object or Bean

    I have a servlet which show a row from a Database table.
    i want to store that data in an object or java bean so i can access when necessary.

    the problem i have is that when the servlet moves on (using a button to the next servlet)
    the data in the bean is deleted.
    I cant use request.getparameter either because i need the data more than once from different servlets.

    Thanks for your help
    Kurt


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    Default Re: Servlet Writing to Object or Bean

    My response here might address your needs. If you only want the data on a per-session basis, store it as a session variable (request.getSession().setAttribute() ). Otherwise, use an EntityBean or pull the data from the database for each request.

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