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Bean initiating a JSP/Servlet?

Gunjan Sharman
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Joined: Dec 26, 2000
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Hello.
1. Problem backgroud:
I am trying to implement an interface to the payment gateway system of a bank.
2. Problem statement:
I need to implement a timer (Timer 1) and call it through a JSP/Servlet (servlet A) and immediately afterwards I have to call another JSP/Servlet from this JSP/Servlet on the bank's payment gateway server (servlet B). I am doing this using a response.SendRedirect() in my JSP (servlet A). Now when the timer running on my web-server expires, I have to transfer control to a JSP/Servlet (servlet C) that would again call another servlet/JSP on the bank's payment Gateway (serlvet D).
How do I do this?
 
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