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Denise Smith
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Joined: Jul 26, 2005
Posts: 36

Ok..ok.. I'm really new at this. So please be patient. I am building a url to access legacy code in a CICS environment. I can successfully use a jsp page to send the request to the environment and get a response. However, the response comes back in the same url. How can I use jsp to send the response to a different page that I will be able to work with and format the display???


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Andrew Moores

Joined: May 28, 2005
Posts: 12

It sounds like you might want to forward the request or redirect to another page. It's not completely clear to me what you are trying to do though. Can you expand on "the response comes back in the same url"? If I understand correctly, you have written a jsp that invokes some legacy code by sending an http request for a url? Do you send this request to a web server that executes some CGI? When the request is fullfilled an http response is sent back, presumably, containing the results you need to process.

Maybe a couple of code snipets would clarify the situation.

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