is server root, and
is application root.
I think gmail application adds these parameters and redirects it to the client. Then the client is sending request to the server with these parameters.
Chinmaya Chowdary wrote:Hi Faisal.
I think in gmail application, the redirection happens like this(this is my assumption, there may be better approaches than this),
Here attributes 'paramOne' and 'paramTwo' are set some where in the application.
signifies server root, the part
signifies application root, and the part
signifies query string.
with 'jsessionid' if the client disables cookies(like /mail/;jsessionid=...) and sets the attribute 'var' in page scope like,
Now the DD checks the url pattern, here it is '/'(default servlet) and finds the appropriate servlet and sends the parameters 'fs=1&view=tl' to it, process it and finally the response will be sent to the client.