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Can I add two controller classes in one dispatcher-servlet.xml?

 
Abhra Kar
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I have one redirect.jsp(just under my application named myproj3),where sendRedirect(“welcome.htm”) is mentioned and in dispatcher-servlet.xml it is methioned---
<bean name="/welcome.htm" class="control.GetValueController" >
<property name="formView" value="index" />
<property name="validator"> <ref bean="userValidator"/></property>
</bean>


In GetValueController(it extends SimpleFormController) it is written that -----
onSubmit(HttpServletRequest request,
HttpServletResponse response, Object command, BindException errors)
throws Exception {
User user = (User)command;

return new ModelAndView("result","abc",user);
}


so result.jsp will called and I have printed the field values come from index.jsp.

No I want in result.jsp I will add –
<form:form method="POST" commandName="user1">
<form:input path="credential" />

<form:password path="password"/>
</form:form>


User1 represent User1.class which is mentioned in dispatcher-servlet.xml.
But how can I call another controller or call the previous one by which I can print “credential” and “password” field in some other field like “result1.jsp”.

How I will do that ?

Thanks in advance
 
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Abhra Kar wrote:
But how can I call another controller or call the previous one by which I can print “credential” and “password” field in some other field like “result1.jsp”.

How I will do that ?

Thanks in advance

I didn't understand the question completely, But assuming that you need to print the credential, like say 'welcome user' in some jsp. HttpSession is the way. You store the information required by whole application in a session variable and access it in the JSP's..
 
Abhra Kar
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Thanks
I will try and let you know
 
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