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Displaying bean from action class

Displaying bean from action class

Displaying bean from action class

Hi, I have a jsp page which displays more than one drop down lists and is being populated from the database. Now when I click on a submit button after selecting the values from two dropdowns. it should go and search in the table and retrieve a collection of rows of that table(based on the values of two columns) and should display on the same page using <logic:iterate>. When I hit 'submit' button, the form bean is populated and validation is done. After that it goes in the action class and I have :

return mapping.findforward("success");
AND the FormBean is like:
public Collection getResults()
Session sess=HibernateUtils.getSessionFactory().openSession();
List list=sess.createQuery("Select ds from MyTable ds where ds.firstfield = "+formfirstfield +" and ds.secondfield= "+formsecondfield).list();
return list;

Everthing uptill here is fine, but when I want to display it on the jsp page, it doesnt seem to retain the values of the request parameters and executes the query with formfirstfield and formsecondfield as "null", and thus results in null output.

JSP page tag is like:
<logic:iterate id="SOMEID" indexId="idx" name="SOMENAME" property="results" type="sometype">
.............. ..........

I think I m missing something in action class to populate the bean but Im not sure what .

Kindly Help.....

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