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sending parameter from anchor

sending parameter from anchor

sending parameter from anchor

 i am getting the following error.
   i am giving code and error below.
 the anchor tag is  <a href="SearchDetails.jsp?srchKeyword=<%=rs.getString("p.Dedc")%>">
                     here the results are displaying well.
                     when i click on displayed result
                     the url string in location bar is
                     :http://localhost:8080/SearchDetails.jsp?srchKeyword=20 MB disc
                     here the 20 MB disc is the data which i had clicked.so it is taking correctly.
                     the error is
                     Bad Request (400)

                     Your request to the server could not be understood. Please check to ensure that the
                     request you made is correct.

                     in my second jsp the code is
                     String description=request.getParameter("srchKeyword");
                     rs=st.executeQuery("select * from PRODUCT where Dedc='"+description+"'");
both are in the same directory.
 what could be the solution for the error.
 please help me
 thank u.


RE: sending parameter from anchor

You better check for the Correct filename (case sensitive) and try again.

RE: sending parameter from anchor


if u pass some value to the next page with spaces then error 400 will come.If it is unable to find the specified file then it will come

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