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communication between two webapps which are in the same server

siva krishna pallapu
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Joined: Aug 12, 2008
Posts: 7

Hi friends,

Here is my requirement I have a jsp page, jsp1.jsp in app1. The jsp page consists of header, footer and body, the header and footer are in the app1 and I need to display jsp2.jsp in the body part of jsp1 which is to be rendered through action class or a sevlet of the app2 and is below is my code in body of jsp1.jsp

ServletContext sc=null;
sc=request.getSession().getServletContext().getContext("/app2");
System.out.println("sc-->"+sc);

RequestDispatcher rd=sc.getRequestDispatcher("authenticate.do");
rd.include(request, response);

but the code is giving the following error in both Tomcat and JBoss
The requested resource (/app2/authenticate.action) is not available
and I kept <Context crossContext="true"> in context.xml in Tomcat too

Thanks in advance

Siva
Rudy Gireyev
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Joined: May 03, 2011
Posts: 39
If I understood what you are after, you can simply use the jsp:include command in your jsp1.jsp

<jsp:include page="jsp2.jsp" />

Rudy
 
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