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798185 wrote:Well, try turning it into ?OID-67856= (so an empty value) and see if it starts to work on WAS. Would have been a test of a few seconds, posting this question took you at least a minute.
I have a small web application in which I am passing some details to a servlet along with url.
When I am checking req.getParameterNames(),I am able to see paramname 'OID-67856'
in Jboss .But not able to see the same in WAS .What is the exact pattern we need to follow when we pass parameters?
Do we strictly need to follow paramName=paramValue pattern in order to work this on all application servers?
It will be great if someone share me any specification documents regarding this .
Thanks in advance.
If even after trying it out you want hard proof, you should check the HTTP specifications (google for 'rfc http').
posting this question took you at least a minute.More to the point, waiting for an answer could take forever, and even if it doesn't you don't have any way of knowing whether it's correct. Testing for yourself solves both those problems.
EJP wrote:Hey! I was to the point, you just put a different twist to it! ;)
posting this question took you at least a minute.More to the point
Hi gimbal2 ,EJP,
Thanks for updates.
This is what i tried to temporary fix the problem.
?OID-67856= (so an empty value)
you are right :)
posting this question took you at least a minute.
After posting my doubt here i started checking other possibilities and tried OID-67856=randomValue
But not sure this is the right approach. Thanks a lot for spending your time for clearing my doubt.
and tried OID-67856=randomValueAnd what happened? Success? Failure? Nothing? Computer exploded? World peace?
And what happened? Success? Failure? Nothing? Computer exploded? World peace?