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I am running tomcat 3.2.2 I want to use the HttpServletResponse.sendRedirect method to send somebody from a servlet to a (jsp)file in my ROOT directory. If I fully qualify the path name, I get an error because the servlet looks in the "\servlet" directory first. This is what I get ("/servlet/C:/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.2/...".) How would I fix this? Thanks, Kevin
sendRedirect() is executed by the browser so the URL given has to be one in a format that is reachable from the public Internet. The browser doesn't know about your C dive. You would have to map your C:\ drive to some URL in the app (or HTTP) server. Or something like that
Tony Alicea Senior Java Web Application Developer, SCPJ2, SCWCD
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