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How to map an absolute path in Struts?

Henry Sun
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Joined: May 09, 2003
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Hi, friends,
In my website, I need to go from http://mydomain/ to https://mydomain/. How to handle this case? I've tried to map an absolute path in struts-config.xml like this: <forward name="success" path="https://mydomain/" /> but failed. Does anybody have such experience?
thanks.
henry
 
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