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Servlet Chaining in different JVMs/Web Apps - How to implement?

 
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Servlet Chaining in different JVMs/Web Apps - How to implement?
 
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Servlet chaining is outdated concept. You could use forward/inlcude.
 
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If you need to invoke the servlet in other context, try using JSTL's <c:import> or <c:redirect> action. They allows invocation of resources in other context, even from other server.
[ October 11, 2005: Message edited by: Eddy Lee Sin Ti ]
 
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