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I want to develop a code which can take care of following senario
We want to develop a form which accepts and processes user request in background
Here is the use case
1)User fills the form information (JSP ) 2)Hits on a submit on the form 3)On submition , we will call a servlet which will do validation of the form data and then the servlet will call a status jsp 4)The status jsp will show message , that request is submitted and then will make a call for processing. ( Processing takes about 2 mins)
The problem that I am facing is
Even if I include the process call at the very end of status jsp , still the status jsp appears after the process call is complete.
Basically what should be done so that method calls happens after the jsp is displayed?