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From Jerald Powel <geraldpo...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject RE: RTFM
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2004 01:22:38 GMT
OK, what I am trying to do is simple in theory. I have loaded in the browser an app - app1/.
From a servlet in app1 I want to simply redirect to another app (app2 - different context)
- to be loaded in the same browser window. By which means I forward I'm not fussed. Currently
I am using RequestDispatcher or response.sendRedirect from a servlet in app1. But in the window,
app2 appeqars to be loading in the address bar, but app1 is in fact loaded but with broken
image links/error messages etc. So it appears to looking in the right place...just for the
wrong things! 
 
I have checked docBase for each context in server.xml - they are fine.  Each app runs fine
if loaded from new windows, but when I try to link the two together....trouble. 
 
Any thoughts please? I am ready to throw in the towel!
 
G.  

Justin Ruthenbeck <justinr@nextengine.com> wrote:

It'd difficult from your poast to figure out what you're trying to 
accomplish. The phrase "forward control from one context to another" is 
quite ambiguous:

* Are you trying to create a response that includes output from resources 
from multiple contexts?

* While using one app, do you want to direct the user to pages in a 
different app?

* Are you talking client side or server side?

* Can you give us the scenario you're addressing? Often people ask 
questions that aren't phrased properly, so it's important to understand 
exactly what you're trying to do before going off and suggesting one of a 
hundred different possible answers.

justin

BTW: I would suggest trying not to be "guilty" of stiring interest any 
more. It's not looked fondly upon by those who can most help you. Your 
previous post was not answered because it was ambiguous, so it'd be best 
to include copious information from the beginning (so you don't have to 
wait so long for a reply or cause subject pollution).


At 04:45 PM 1/14/2004, you wrote:

>Both! The answer to my query may well lie in my ignorance and I was 
>willing ot accept this, hence the subject title. But I am guilty of 
>hoping it stired more of an interest than a previous post onthe same 
>topic, with different subject (no replies)...and I still dont have the 
>answer!
>
>I guess it just shows how much perceptions can vary with Email.
>
>I read your first paragraph and formed the impression that the subject
>was designed to generate additional interest and to work to prioritize
>your request for help.
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jerald Powel [mailto:geraldpowel@yahoo.co.uk]
>Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 5:33 PM
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Subject: RE: RTFM
>
>
>in traditional fashion, the subject was related to the contents of body
>of the email.
>
>George Sexton wrote:I generally don't think it
>is required to resort to things like this to
>"get our attention".
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jerald Powel [mailto:geraldpowel@yahoo.co.uk]
>Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 3:11 PM
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Subject: RTFM
>
>
>
>Hi,
>
>Now I have your attention, will someone tell me if it is
>possible to forward control (either by JSP or Servlet) from one context
>to another, in the same browser window? i.e:


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