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From thenameless20 <emje...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: javascript and logic:forward
Date Mon, 02 Jul 2007 21:09:58 GMT

Ok, I've got it working much better. What I did was use JavaScript to
redirect, setting window.location.
I've read that logic:forward is a server-side redirect, and I did not try
using sendRedirect yet.


thenameless20 wrote:
> 
> What comes first....a documents <body onload="function(...)">
> 
> or
> 
> <logic:forward name="login">
> 
> Is this browser dependent?
> 
> For more backgound:
> The login for my site uses a cookie value, this cookie was created on the
> same domain but not in the java request, so if I'm correct javascript is
> probably the only solution I have to reading in this client's cookie....
> 
> my javascript reads the client cookie sets a hidden form variable and
> using`AJAX` like magic, it sends the forum to a method that stores that
> cookie's value in the http servlet response, so it can use it later on,
> after this my hopes are for the logic forward to trigger and continue the
> login process.
> 
> This method works from what I've tested, but seems finicky using different
> browsers...is this method I described a solid way to approach this
> problem?
> 
> [if you have already seen this it's because I posted on struts-dev by
> accident, thanks]
> 

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