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What is the difference between
RequestDispatcher rd = request.getRequestDispatcher().forward();

and


RequestDispatcher rd = getServletContext.getRequestDispatcher().forward();
 
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rd of servletContext takes a path relative to the current servlet whereas that of request takes an absolute path i.e you have to provide complete path in case of rd of request type.
 
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Suppose i want to redirect to a page of another application .....
 
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Originally posted by Saurabh Shah:
Suppose i want to redirect to a page of another application .....



This has been discussed constantly in the last couple weeks.
Read some of the other posts on this subject.
 
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