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hi all,

is there any method or something in spring like we have in struts1 i.e. mapping.getInputForward()
any suggestion would be great.
 
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Not sure what you mean. But based on your title of this thread "return to same page" means you want the incoming URL to be used for the response.

That is what happens if you return void or an object from your controller method.

so

@RequestMapping("/accounts/list")
public void handleSomeIncomingURL() {

}


so the String "list" will be the returning string that the ViewResolver uses to get the page to display.

Hope that makes sense. Basically you don't have to do anything to get that same functionality.

Mark
 
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hi Mark,

i understand the way you explained, but what i need is as follows:
i am in page where customer places there order (i.e. url is like example.com/customer/order), now during checking out, the customer need to login (i.e. example.com/login). once login is done, i need to take the customer to the same page where he was before (i.e. example.com/customer/order).
so the same thing happens when the customer want to modify there order (because customer can see their order status with orderId without login to the system).

so how can i get "/customer/order" or "/customer/order/modify"in login
 
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Use Spring Security and it will do that automatically.

Mark
 
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hi Mark,

thanks for your response, well i don't know much about spring security, but i will learn it.
anyway thanks a lot.
 
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