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Hi,
when we call rd.forward("/servlet/AccountServlet") in the doPost() method of LoginServlet, which doXXX() method is called in the AccountServlet. Assume both LoginServlet and AccountServlet are in the same web appl.
Thanks,
Meghasyam.
 
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I think it'll be doGet() since the default method is GET if POST is not explicitly specified.
 
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Well best way to learn is to try it out and see which method it calls but it appears it will be the doGet
 
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