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Will the write() method cause the IllegalStateException

Balaji Bang
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Will the write() method cause the IllegalStateException ? Or only the flush() method causes the IllegalStateException?
Frits Walraven
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What write() method are you talking about? Did you check the API?

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Balaji Bang
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Am talking about PrintWriter write method. Will this write() causes IllegalStateException if we are trying to do a forward and the response is already commited.
Frits Walraven
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Am talking about PrintWriter write method. Will this write() causes IllegalStateException if we are trying to do a forward and the response is already commited.

According to the API the write() method will never throw a IllegalStateException.

What will throw an IllegalStateException is the forward on a committed response. Did you check this thread?

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