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Shylaja Roopesh
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I am using AJAX XMLHttpRequest in my authentication server to call my servlet to validate the user. Once the validation is complete I should open the application URL the user asks for. The first page of the application opens up, but for the second one, which is called by sendRedirect() my user's application servlet searches in my authentication server's domain. Please help as how to get the html object look for the user's application servletcontext.please help.

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[ February 15, 2008: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
Ben Souther
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I'm having a hard time understanding this question.

Are you sending back a sendRedirect from an Ajax call?
 
Scott Duncan
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I am really confused here also. If you are using a servlet to redirect, why are you using ajax to make the call for authentication? When not just do it in the servlet since it has to perform the redirect anyway?

my user's application servlet searches in my authentication server's domain.


Your user's application servlet? Is this servlet number 1 or servlet number 2? Please explain. You user doesn't own the servlet, right? Also, what is it searching for in the authentication server's domain?

how to get the html object look for the user's application servletcontext


What html object are you referring to here?
 
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