Retrieving cell values from html in servlet - help!

Dear all,
I've got a table. I want to put links in each cell box. No problem. However I want to know when i've moved to my link what number cell the link came from. This is proving to be a big problem.
Here is what i've tried:
writer.println("<TR><TH bgcolor=\"brown\">Brown<TD id=1><li>
<a href=BookingFromScreen>1</a></li></TD>" +
"<TD name = \"id\" value = \"2\"><li><a href=BookingFromScreen>2</a></li></TD>".. etc...
then picking the id's up in BookingFromScreen like this:
String cell = request.getParameter("id");
String cellNo= request.getParameter("value");
System.out.println("this is the cell parameter: " +cell);
System.out.println("this is the cell Number: " +cellNo);
Object cell1 = request.getAttribute("id");
String cell2 = (String)cell1;
System.out.println("this may work: "+cell2);
neither of these ways work, once link has been clicked all the information about that cell is lost, can anyone pleeeeeeeeeease tell me why this isn't working? both are in the doGet methods of their respective servlets if thats any help....
thank you
Jen C

just use
writer.println("<TR><TH bgcolor=\"brown\">Brown<TD id=1><li>
<a href=BookingFromScreen?id=1>1</a></li></TD>" +
"<TD name = \"id\" value = \"2\"><li><a href=BookingFromScreen?id=2>2</a></li></TD>"also you should be using a jsp for this

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                  if (xhr.status==200){
                 // process the result.
                  flag = true;
           else{
                  alert("error")
    </script>
    <BODY>
    <P>Place content here.</P>
    The products are :
    <%
    if(request.getAttribute("Products")!= null){
    java.util.ArrayList list = new java.util.ArrayList();
    list = (java.util.ArrayList)request.getAttribute("Products");
    for(int i=0; i<list.size(); i++){
    com.deere.sc.bean.ProductBean pb1 = new com.deere.sc.bean.ProductBean();
    pb1 = (com.deere.sc.bean.ProductBean)list.get(i);;
    %>
    <table>
    <td>
    <% out.println(pb1.getProductName());
         out.println(pb1.getProductPrice());
         %> <td> <div id="added<%= i %>"> </div> </td>
    <td>     <a href = "javaScript:getData('/SC/AddToCart?name=<%= pb1.getProductName() %>',<%= i %>,<%= pb1.getProductName() %>);"> add to cart</a>  </td>
         <input type="hidden" id="Hidden<%= pb1.getProductName() %>" value ="<%= pb1.getProductName() %>">
         </td>
         <%
    }//end for
    }//end if
    %>
    </table>
    Thank you for shopping at the looters .. heh ;)
    Total amount of money in your cart is <div id ="amount"> </div>
         <a href = "/SC/CheckOut">Check out cart</a>
    <!-- OR may be just add Hidden tags here ?  ______________________2 -->
    </BODY>
    </HTML>Any help on tips for proceeding from here will be helpful.
    thanks in advance

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