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    Default using servelts and Jsp

    Hi friends

    I am new to java.
    I want to write a function in servlet and I want to call it in Jsp.
    how can I do that??

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    You submit the JSP to that servlet and in the servlet you call that function.
    What have you done so far?

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    can u give sample code to write method in servlet and call in jsp.I was just able to call the servlet with just basic output "hello" .
    I used the following code in jsp
    <%
    RequestDispatcher dispatcher = getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher("/abc");
    dispatcher.include(request,response);



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    Don't write Java code in JSPs. What do you want the method to do? Like I said you don't actually call the method from the JSP, instead you submit the JSP to a servlet. The servlet then calls the method and could store the results(if any) as an attribute which that JSP or other JSPs can access.

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    I want to write just a small function in servlet.I have to send a parameter from jsp like "name " then it should return "Hello Name".

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    why are u feeling so .I am new java learner that is the reason I cannot follow your replies easily

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    Quote Originally Posted by r035198x View Post
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    Find a JSP and servlets tutorials and read it first then.
    Sun's JavaEE tutorial is pretty comprehensive.

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    ok sure ,but now I require that functionality, please tell me if it is possible or not, if it is then please give a sample code.
    Any function in servlet calling it in jsp.
    plzzzzzzzzzzz

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    OK, I have ripped this part from my secret message
    Quote Originally Posted by r035198x
    What do you want the method to do? Like I said you don't actually call the method from the JSP, instead you submit the JSP to a servlet. The servlet then calls the method and could store the results(if any) as an attribute which that JSP or other JSPs can access.

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