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how to call jsp page from servlet

 
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I want to call jsp page in my servlet
How should i call that.

Please give me reply.. urgently
 
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use this ..

RequestDispatcher req=request.getRequestDispatcher("/path of your jsp");
req.forward(request, response);
 
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Call it from your service[doGet or doPost]


instead of request ,you can use ServletContext to get requestdispatcher.
 
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uha.. Anuj beat me here
 
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Hi Rupa,

Your question is little bit tricky... but any way use



 
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Nishan Patel wrote:
Your question is little bit tricky...



Hi Nishan , How this question is tricky ? can you explain ?
 
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I want to call jsp page



here you are dispatch your request to your Jsp page.... So, form servlet you pass request to your Jsp page...

so question look likes how to dispatch or pass request form servlet to jsp...
 
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@seetharaman venkatasamy

lol
 
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Nishan Patel wrote:Hi Rupa,

Your question is little bit tricky... but any way use








Thank you to all
 
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Nishan Patel wrote:So, form servlet you pass request to your Jsp page...



fine. any way after dispatch to the jsp,again the execution flow back to the servlet .
 
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fine. any way after dispatch to the jsp,again the execution flow back to the servlet .



yes...but not same servlet it's depending on requirement .... flow looks like Jsp -> Servlet -> Jsp
 
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Nishan Patel wrote: .... flow looks like Jsp -> Servlet -> Jsp



i am mentioned about



sorry , if i didnt mentioned clearly
 
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