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can I realize the purpose with JSP and javaBean?

 
xie yufei
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I want to Realize that when the order page submit, the success order page come up while the javaBean program deal with the user's order.
 
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Xie,
It sounds like you want to have the JavaBean execute asynchronously while the JSP returns to the user. You could use a Thread object for that.
 
xie yufei
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Thanks you, Jeanne.

As the bean will excute for a long time, I just want the submit page can trigger the bean to do it's work while the submit sucess page come up.

In addition, the submit page need pass parameters to the bean.

Look forward to the reply, thanks!
 
ramprasad madathil
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As the bean will excute for a long time, I just want the submit page can trigger the bean to do it's work while the submit sucess page come up.


As Jeanne said, use a thread.

When the request comes in, create a new thread and pass the bean object to the thread. The thread in its run method would have the bean calling the necessary method to process.

The request thread, after this, returns and displays html to the user.

ram.
 
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Thanks ram for that you explain it in detail.
I'll try again!
 
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