Re: Forward problem (JSP)

Lew <>
Tue, 09 Jan 2007 01:58:44 -0500
Raj_genius wrote:

thanx a lot... problem is solved...but wht if i dont want the
parameter value to be displayed in the url..
in this case .. i cannot use xyz.jsp?param=''

is thr any other way ??so tht my parameter values can be hidden??

Set up the choice as one of several different HTML controls, e.g., submit
buttons. Use a <form> tag, naturally, with method set to "post".

<form name="x" method="post" action="/home">
   <input type="submit" name="destiny" value="Go to A" />
   <input type="submit" name="destiny" value="Go to B" />

and map the "/home" target to a controller servlet that decides where to forward:

public class Control extends HttpServlet
   protected void doPost(
       HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response )
       throws ServletException, IOException
     String target;
     String destiny = request.getParameter( "destiny" );
     if ( destiny.equalsIgnoreCase( "go to a" ))
       target = "A.jsp";
     RequestDispatcher rd = request.getRequestDispatcher( target );
     rd.forward( request, response );

Exceptions and package imports omitted for brevity.

- Lew

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