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From "Dave Derry" <dde...@acm.org>
Subject Re: jsp-to-action-to-action: when does the request die
Date Thu, 19 Sep 2002 13:18:10 GMT
The second action has access to it; if you mean save.do is 1 & edit.do is 2.
If edit .do forwards to somethingelse.do, it also has access to it. The
request 'dies' when the action sends the response to the client.

Dave Derry


----- Original Message -----
From: <elvisness@canada.com>


> I want to do something this:
>
>          (1)      (2)           (3)
> /edit.do ---> JSP ---> /save.do ---> /edit.do
>
> (1) Action '/edit.do' preps and displays the JSP
> (does a mapping.finfDorward())
> (2) JSP is submitted and POSTs to action, '/save.do'
> (3) '/save.do' processes the save and does a
> mapping.finfForward() back to '/edit.do' to re-display
> the JSP
>
> My question is this: does the request created the JSP
> POST die at the first action class or does the second
> action class have access to it?
>
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