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I have a user interface built using flex, it has different forms and some lists which are populated dynamically when page gets loaded. In the back end i have a servlet which processes requests from the user interface. How can I make the servlet do different tasks depending on different calls from the same front end.

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How can I make the servlet do different tasks depending on different calls from the same front end.



you can have different query strings attached to different request from the front end and identify them seperately (using if clause or something) in the backend(i.e: your servlet).
 
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Thanks for your reply, my concern is how do you have different query strings. I have built similar application using jsp's wherein i had hidden input field to have different query strings but iam new to flex and so do not know exactly how it could be done.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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