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Unable to Redirect to the On submitting a form

 
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Hello all,

I am new to springframework. I am doing few R&D over this from last one month. I am facing a very stupid problem now a days. The problem is not so big, it is only with simple SimpleFormController. Before describing the problem, i want that please have a look on to the following code.

Web.xml



retailmart-servlet.xml




MeasurementMasterBean.java



MeasurementMasterController.java


WelcomeController.java



welcome.jsp



measurementmaster.jsp




As I think and I have seen in many examples, this code is absultely correct and should work properly, but it is not working fine.
As per my requirement when i click on "Insert" button in "easurementmaster.jsp"page, it should redirect me to the "welcome.jsp". But it not redirecting me there.
Please help me sort out this problem.
 
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I haven't gone through the whole configuration, but did notice that you don't have an action attribute on your form.

<form method="post">


You must have an action to which you submit the form. You can use your servlet path as the action.
 
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