a redirection causes a new request to be created, thus you
everything you put in the previous request object. You could save
your messages in user session scope, then do your redirection. The next
page will have access to the user session and you'll be able to read those
messages. After messages are read, you can remove the bean from session
scope in order preserve memory on the server.
I have a SaveAction that sets up some success
And upon this save, the findForward("success")
forwards to another action class with:
path="/do/editTimesheet?action=Edit" redirect="true" />
But on the JSP after, there are no messages
displayed. I know the answer why, and that is because
"redirect=true". However, this is the only way I can forward to another
action class in iPlanet.
Anyone know of a workaround to carry these
messages into the next page? Can I check the request in "editTimesheet"
to see if messages exist, and if so - add them to the request