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Appending an attribute to the URL query string

Rajkamal Pillai
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Hello,
In my STRUTS application I have to append an attribute to the query string. If I try to redirect the URL an error occurs with the message "Cannot redirect the request that has allready been dispatched". How do I get around this problem. All sugetions will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Raj Kamal.
sreenath reddy
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before directing u might have already committed the response i feel

post ur action class code that could be helpful in resolving the problem
Rajkamal Pillai
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Thanks for the quick response. What I try to do from my Action is, before returning the ActionMapping instance with the forward string in the struts-config, I tried to redirect using HttpServletResponse.sendRedirect() method. That was when the error occured. Am I completely oftrack here? Or better still maybe there is a even beter way of acheiving this........
 
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