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response.sendRedirect not working

Suleman zia
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Hello All. I have a servlet by the name of CookieLoginServlet. if the login is successful then another servlet "ContentServlet" will display a Wellcome page. For some reason the webpage stays at the same place and does not forward the request to contentservlet.

Meaning if i enter a correct username and password which exist in mydatabase then a wellcome page will display if not then it will send the login form again stating that the password is invalid. Any clues?

CookieLoginServlet



and here is my contentservlet class


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Bear Bibeault
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You need to supply sendRedirect with a valid URL, not just the name of a Servlet.


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Suleman zia
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thanks for the reply. however i tried your suggestion



my mapping seems to be ok also. however i can't post my mapping the forum gives me an error.
Ulf Dittmer
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What does the servlet declaration and its mapping look like?


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Suleman zia
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There are too many "<" so i can't replace it with < all the time. is there any other way to display my xml file? i have posted my xml file before also i mean for other post. looks like javaranch have changed recently.
Ulf Dittmer
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You can post XML by replacing ">" by "&gt;" and "<" by "&lt;".
Minh Tran
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[Thread hi-jack removed. Minh please start your own topics for your questions.]
[ June 16, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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