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From "Rabago, Hubert" <hubert.rab...@nwa.com>
Subject RE: problem whith saveMessages
Date Thu, 30 Oct 2003 16:17:30 GMT
I have an object which I use to collect parameters.  Let's call this
RedirectParameters.    Among the parameters it knows to collect (String,
int, etc) are ActionMessage and ActionError objects.  When I pass it a
message, it expands the message and adds it as a URL.  The
RedirectParameters gets saved in the request scope.  (Another option is
to extend ActionForward to handle this, and return a new instance of
this subclass instead of mapping.findForward().)
In my RequestProcessor, I check if the forward is for a redirect
(forward.getRedirect() returns true), and if so, I get the
RedirectParameters from the request scope and form my URL parameters.
ActionMessage and ActionError messages are given a unique parameter to
avoid conflicts (com.mycompany.myapp.something).  I append this to the
URL passed to response.sendRedirect().  
Also in my RequestProcessor, I check for the unique request parameters,
and when they are present, I instantiate ActionMessage and ActionError
objects as appropriate and save them in the request scope so it gets
handled as usual.
To summarize:
1. I see I need a redirect, so I collect my parameters
2. Before my RequestProcessor calls sendRedirect(), it collects the
parameters and appends them to the URL
3. When my RequestProcessor processes a ForwardConfig, it checks for
request params designated to ActionMessage and ActionError messages, and
stores them in the request scope where the JSP or Action object can
access them like other messages/errors.

-----Original Message-----
From: Adrian Baisch [mailto:abaisch@afip.gov.ar] 
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 10:07 AM
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: RE: problem whith saveMessages


I do not understand, you can offer me but details, Thanks .

At 12:48 30/10/2003, you wrote:
>I do this my passing the message as a parameter, having the 
>RequestProcessor intercept it, and re-save in the request scope.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Adrian Baisch [mailto:abaisch@afip.gov.ar]
>Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 9:36 AM
>To: struts-user@jakarta.apache.org
>Subject: problem whith saveMessages
>
>
>Hi, I have a question I'd like to ask:
>
>
>
>I have a ConfirmationAction that sets up some success messages using:
>
>messages.add(new ActionMessage("timesheetManage.save.success"));
>saveMessages(request, messages);
>
>
>And upon this save, the findForward("success") forwards to another 
>action class with:
>
><forward
>            name="success"
>            path="/do/confirmation.jsp" redirect="true" />
>
>But on the JSP after, there are no messages displayed.  I know the 
>answer why, and that is because "redirect=true". However, this is the 
>only way I can forward to another action class in iPlanet.
>
>   But on the JSP after, there are no messages displayed.  I know the 
>answer why,
>and that is because "redirect=true".
>
>Anyone know of a workaround to carry these messages into the next page?
>
>Any suggestions?
>Thanks in advance
>
>
>
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