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Problem with the request dispatcher

 
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Hi
I have a problem with the servlets and JSP.I want to communicate with the two systems using servlets and jsps.
1)In my first jsp (a.jsp) i have one text box and one submit button.
when i submit the form it is going to one servlet(Aservlet.java which is in my machine).
2)From the Aservlet.java i am using
RequestDispatcher rd = context.getRequestDispatcher("http://ipnumber:8080/b.jsp";);
rd.forward(request,response);

3)Problem is while doing this one i am getting exception like request dispatcher must start with "/".
4)Instead of this if i use response.sendRedirect i am able to see the other machine b.jsp., but i am unable to get the same request what i have sent from Aservlet.java.

5) So, i just want to request one servlet on other machine and at the same time i need to access the request object on the other system

can any one guide me to this.

thanks in advance.
 
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That's not possible. RequestDispatchers only work within one web application, not across servers.

If you need to pass parameters in a redirect you can append them to the URL, like http://ipnumber:8080/b.jsp?param1=value1¶m2=value2. They will be visible in the browser URL field, though.
 
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