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You cannot send the same request instance to another server. You'll need to generate a new request. The classes in java.net can help, or you can use tools such as HttpClient.
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I cannot create a new request as per the specifications given to me. I saw on some forums that this can be done at the container level (Tomcat) using Perl. Could you suggest how and could you also suggest any mechanisms by which this can be achieved?