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Dale DeMott
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What are both of these used for???
What are the differences???

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William Brogden
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The sendRedirect method in HttpServletResponse immediately sends a "redirect" to the browser pointing at another URL.
I don't find a "returnRequest" method anywhere in the servlet API - where did you see it?
Dale DeMott
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Looks like the returnRequest method has been deprecated. I'm maintaining code that already exists. This is why I'm not to familiar with this code.
I agree. Here's the link:
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