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melan hen

Joined: Feb 14, 2005
Posts: 17
Hi all,
Now I am working for one of my client, they are using iPlanet Application Server 6.5 SP1 , and I have two Jsp (let's name it parent.jsp and child.jsp) which have been successfully deployed into the server.
Basically, the flow is that the parent page will be loaded first, and it will display a separate page (child.jsp) if user click a link in the parent page,then the user can key in some information in the child page and click a submit button in the child page to sumbit it, and child page will be closed.The submit button will call another jsp "childProcessing.jsp" to collect information in the child page, and put it into the session, and this jsp is a pure jspscript page, there is no html output of it, and I use RequestDispatcher to forward it to the parent page after it finish all the back end processing, hope the parent page will reload itself and see the changes in session.
Now the problem it that I can see the backend log of the parent page when it is being reloaded, it 's going well, but finally it will prompt an error:
[21/Nov/2005 11:08:28:2] error: Exception: SERVLET-IO_exception: IOException occurred
and it looks like the parent page can not be reloaded in the browser(IE 6.0).
Any body has any clue???Thanks in advance.
[ February 11, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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melan hen

Joined: Feb 14, 2005
Posts: 17
I solved the problem, thanks.
Prakhar Mahajan

Joined: Feb 10, 2006
Posts: 1
i am facing a similar issue, can u please give me the solution you got for the same.
Mail me if possible at

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