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Priya Saxena
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Please tell me...How to give alert message in servlet and redirected it to jsp page.
 
Christophe Verré
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It depends on what you call an alert message. You could put such a message in the request (HttpServletRequest#setAttribute) and forward to the JSP. (RequestDispatcher#forward).
You will have to explain a bit more about what you want to do exactly.
 
Prexa Shah
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Christophe Verré wrote:It depends on what you call an alert message. You could put such a message in the request (HttpServletRequest#setAttribute) and forward to the JSP. (RequestDispatcher#forward).
You will have to explain a bit more about what you want to do exactly.


hey can you give one example...i'm having a same problem..
In my servlet i'm updating my databse and at the end of successful operation i want to give alert message saying that database is updated successfully....

here is my code:



Thanks in advance...
-Prexa
 
Swastik Dey
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With send redirect you cant display the message where you want in the code. So as per me there might be two approaches. Display a message here and use include of requestdispatcher instead of send redirect or else pass some message to admin.jsp and display the message there.
 
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