What is the difference between <jsp:forward> and
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Answer / mahmood alam siddiqui
Forwrd :: when we invoke forward the request is sent to the
another resource on the server without the client being
inform that difference resource is going to process that
SendRedirect :: when we invoke sendRedirect, It causes the
web container to return to the brouser that means new URL
should be requested.
SendRedirecr takes extra round trip
Forward is fater than sendRedirect
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Answer / harish
Using <jsp:forward> you can forward the request and
response object to the concern URL. Where as in
sendRedirect, it will not carry the request and response
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Answer / manas banerjee
<jsp:forward>--a request object containing to the client
request is send to the destination page which may be
in case of sendRedirect http sends a temporary response to
the browser and browser creates a new request and it sends
to the targeted page.it destroys the session object
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Answer / raghu
Send redirect will happen on client side & request, response
will be newly created, for forward action it is server side
action & request and response is passesd & not modified or
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Answer / prasanth setty
When you want to preserve the current request/response
objects and transfer them to another resource WITHIN the
context, you must use <jsp:forword>
If you want to dispatch to resources OUTSIDE the context,
then you must use sendRedirect. In this case you won't be
sending the original request/response objects, but you will
be sending a header asking to the browser to issue a
request to the new URL.
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Answer / jahir hussain.s
When you invoke a forward request, the request is sent to another resource on the server, without the client being informed that a different resource is going to process the request. This process invoke a forward request, the request is sent to another resource on the server, without the client being informed that a different resource is going to process the request. This process occurs completly
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