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// (double slash) problem in redirect forward with weblogic

 
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Hi,

I have to port a struts application from tomcat to weblogic. The application works great on tomcat but in weblogic we have a big problem. slashes (/) after the contextPath are duplicated.
Example :
contextPath = cp
<forward path="/myAction.do" redirect="true"/>
The redirect to http://server.com/cp/myAction.do in tomcat is transformed to http://server.com/cp//myAction.do in weblogic. And it gives us a problem with a thirdparty caching tool.

Does anybody know how to fix this ?

thanks
[ August 09, 2005: Message edited by: pascal gehl ]
 
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forward path="/myAction.do"
Why not take the / out?

Originally posted by pascal gehl:
Hi,

I have to port a struts application from tomcat to weblogic. The application works great on tomcat but in weblogic we have a big problem. slashes (/) after the contextPath are duplicated.
Example :
contextPath = cp
<forward path="/myAction.do" redirect="true"/>
The redirect to http://server.com/cp/myAction.do in tomcat is transformed to http://server.com/cp//myAction.do in weblogic. And it gives us a problem with a thirdparty caching tool.

Does anybody know how to fix this ?

thanks

[ August 09, 2005: Message edited by: pascal gehl ]

 
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I tried that and it doesn't work because if I take the / out struts won't add the context path in front of the action and I'll get http://server.com/myAction.do.
 
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