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clarification about the RequestDispatcher and RequestProcessor

Gopinath anumalasetty
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Joined: Dec 12, 2011
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can give me the clarification about the RequestDispatcher and RequestProcessor at the same time include(), forward () and sendRedirect()
Bear Bibeault
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Look at the javadoc for the respective classes.

By the way, RequestProcessor is not a servlets class -- it's proprietary to Struts.


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