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sessions problem..urgent..

 
prasad bhn
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hi all
i am accessing servlets/jsp files in Netscape 4.61. i disabled cookies in the browser.
my servlets/jsp files are not working.
i read that when cookies are disabled, server will fall back to URL Rewriting...
i am using Tomcat 4.0.1. whats wrong??
thanks a lot for ur help.
prasad.
[ July 25, 2003: Message edited by: prasad bhn ]
 
bharat nagpal
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I don't think Server will take care of URLRewriting. you will have to check this thing in your code only.
Is it working fine if cookies are enabled?
 
Ron Newman
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URL rewriting will only work if you take care to make it work in all of your code.
In a JSP, use the JSTL <c:url> tag to create all URLs.
In a Servlet, use response.encodeURL() to create all URLs.
 
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