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Try tracing out the entire binder by using m_binder.toString() and report back the results. Someplace in this binder, I would expect to see all the parameters.
can you check if your code detects var2 when the final URL is accessed directly in the browser? If yes, can you post your code on how you create final URL and call the sercice.
enable socketrequests in tracing section and see if var2 is present in QUERY_STRING.
Edited by: Bunty on Jan 17, 2013 10:08 AM
Thanks Jonathan. i have executed m_binder.toString() and in the logs:
*** LocalData ***
(9 keys + 0 defaults)
*** RESULT SETS ***
var1 is here but var2 is not here in the result set, Now what should i do to make it available in my binder,because in my hcsp java script i have an alert of url and in this alert i am able to see the complete url including var1 and var2.
Edited by: Chely on Jan 18, 2013 2:06 AM
If you take the URL in your alert, and put it in the location bar and hit it directly, do you see var2?
Try putting var2 before var1 in the URL string and see if that changes anything.
i am not able to see var2 in location bar, and reverse of variable order is also not working....nothing seems to be working
If you cannot see the variable in the location bar, then that is your problem.
e local variables are there in my redirection, then why it is not getting identified from the java class. is there any other way to do it?