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dolly the ServletRequest ?

 
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i am pretty sure its not possible, but is there any way i can save a copy of the ServletRequest on the server? I know you can't clone the ServletRequest/HttpServletRequest object
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Why would you want to do that? If you can describe what you really want to do, we can suggest some alternative approaches.
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