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From Konstantin Kolinko <knst.koli...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Response.SendRedirect problems
Date Fri, 25 Feb 2011 09:11:24 GMT
>> It concerns the servlet response.sendRedirect(...) method.
>>
>> When using the response.sendRedirect("/myexample") in my java class, i do
>> n=
>> ot want the servlet engine to reconstruct
>> an absolute URL, before sending the response to the browser.

That is not possible, because of how HTTP spec is written.

> On redirection the port number is
> getting omitted

You should describe your configuration in detail first.  Though I
think you miss "proxyPort" attribute on a connector.  (IIRC, it should
not be necessary for AJP though).


2011/2/24 faheem farhan <faheem.ff@gmail.com>:
>
> Hi Ashwin
>
> I am too facing the same issue now , On redirection the port number is
> getting omitted, Since this is a 2 years back thread, I suppose you might
> have got the solution, Please reply back with the solution.
>
> thanks
> faheem
>
>
>
> ashwin soorkeea wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I have a problem for my application and this prob is causing an entire
>> netw=
>> ork of users from using my application. I will appreciate
>> if you guys can help me solve my prob.
>>
>> It concerns the servlet response.sendRedirect(...) method.
>>
>> When using the response.sendRedirect("/myexample") in my java class, i do
>> n=
>> ot want the servlet engine to reconstruct
>> an absolute URL, before sending the response to the browser. I want it to
>> b=
>> e handle by the browser keeping it relative throughout
>> the application. I know it's possible, but i dunno how to do it. Can you
>> he=
>> lp ?=20
>>
>> The URL reconstruction by the servlet engine during a redirection is
>> causin=
>> g some problems in my application.
>>
>> Example:
>> I have this link on browser http://127.0.0.1:<port_number>, when
>> performing=
>>  a sendRedirect, i'm losing the <port_number>
>> during the url reconstruction by the servlet engine.
>> On the other hand, i have another application that is interconnected, but
>> i=
>> n this application, the url is relative throughout, even though
>> it passes through the response.sendRedirect(...) and consequently, i do
>> not=
>>  have this prob in this application.
>>
>> Im using tomcat-4.1 and i'm checking the URL redirection using the HTTP
>> liv=
>> e header plugins for firefox.
>>
>> Thank you for your help.
>> Regards,
>> Ashwin
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