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                      <meta Content Name="description">
                      <meta Content Name="keywords">
                      <%@ page import="java.sql.*,java.net.*" %>
                      String rfq_no=request.getParameter("rfq_no");

                      <frameset cols="30%,*">
                      <frame name="left" SRC="BidSummary.jsp?rfq_no=<%=URLEncoder.encode(rfq_no)%>"
                      NORESIZE FRAMEBORDER="NO">
                      <frame name="right" SRC="BidDetails.jsp" FRAMEBORDER="NO">

                      here i am getting the follpwing error
                      at java.net.URLEncoder.encode(Compiled Code)
                      but it is taking rfqNo value.bcz the url appearing is
                      here disc89 is the value from the previous page.
                      help me.what could be the error.
                      thank u in advance

RE: <html>

What does BidSummary.jsp and BidDetails.jsp look like?  You are setting the frame to be that address could BidSummary.jsp or BidDetails.jsp be throwing the Exception?  Should should probably still be wrapping the URLEncoder.encode in an if statement to check for null.  Also BidSummary.jsp should check for rfq_no being null.   Beyond that it is hard to tell with just this little bit of information.


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