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Browser URL displayed is different from current Servlet

 
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I'm just wondering why the Browser URL of the previous screen is the one that is displayed
ex.
1.) I call Servlet1 which loads Jsp1 (URL shown is <a href="http://localhost:9080/Web/<b rel="nofollow">Servlet1</b>)" target="_blank">http://localhost:9080/Web/Servlet1)
2.) I call Servlet2 by submitting (Servlet1 accepts the request, forwards to Servlet2, which loads Jsp2) (URL shown is <a href="http://localhost:9080/Web/<b rel="nofollow">Servlet1</b>)" target="_blank">http://localhost:9080/Web/Servlet1)
3.) I call Servlet3 by submitting (Servlet2 accepts the request, forwards to Servlet3, which loads Jsp3) (URL shown is <a href="http://localhost:9080/Web/<b rel="nofollow">Servlet2</b>)" target="_blank">http://localhost:9080/Web/Servlet2)
I'm using WSAD 5.1 on Win2000
Thanks!
 
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Since the browser hasn't the least inkling that you are forwarding around on the server, it displays the URL that it originally submitted.
 
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