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Actionforward Problem

amit sharma
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Joined: Jul 19, 2006
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In my action class what i need is that whenever user successfully authenticated i redirect it to another page .I am able to do redirect but now i have to hard code the path in action class .Can i use the path which is associated with forward name ="success" and do redirect instead of forward .
Thanks
Jan Groth
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sure you can... what exactly is your problem?

you define as many mappings and forwards as you want in the struts-config.xml and use business code in the action to determine the appropriate forwards.

this should work without any problems or troubles.

pls post details about your problem,
jan
Merrill Higginson
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In order to create a forward that redirects, simply specify redirect="true" in the forward definition in your struts-config.xml file.


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amit sharma
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Joined: Jul 19, 2006
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I specify redirect=true in struts config and it solve my problem .Thanks a lot.I have another doubt regarding ActionForward.
Let i have this action mapping in struts

In above code i declare 2 forwards and in action class i made ActionForward
object and i return that ActionForward .Suppose i need to redirect to path specify by forward "success" (without declaring redirect in struts.config).
How to do this
Thanks
Merrill Higginson
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Here's how you'd do it:
amit sharma
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Thanks a lot this is what i want.
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