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doubt in flush method
Joined: Mar 12, 2008
Apr 24, 2008 21:43:00
I have read HFSJ book where the purpose of flush is stated as
Once the flush method is invoked ,the response object is commited.
commited means the response is sent to the client.
but below in this url
Mark peabody has given a sample coding .where the flush method is used more then once and the sample coding is working fine.
my doubt is
1., If a flush method is used ,is the response is commited or not?
2., If the response is commited means ,then how can we use flush or print message once again ??
please clarify me.
Joined: Sep 26, 2006
Apr 24, 2008 23:05:00
He probably means that once you flush your jsp page, you cannot forward to another jsp page.
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