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Raihan Jamal
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I added this line to change the response header in JSP .. I am getting error like this..





And this is the below jsp code where I added that line.



Any suggestions will be appreciated..
 
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That would imply that the "response" object had a method named "setAccess-Control-Allow-Origin()". Obviously this isn't a valid Java method name so it can't be the right thing to do.
 
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@Paul Clapham, so what should I do.. what will be the actual line instead of that.. I think m writing some property name wrong.. so that's why I am getting that error..
 
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What should you do? I have no idea. Why don't you start by explaining what that code was supposed to do?
 
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@Paul Clapham, I am just trying to change the response header using JSP. As I am accessing URL on different domain and I am working locally.. as I have to get the response back from that server. So that's why I was trying to change the response header. Any idea how can I do this thing..
 
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When you say you want to "change the response header" does that mean you want to set the value of a response header?

I also don't understand this:
As I am accessing URL on different domain and I am working locally.. as I have to get the response back from that server"
It sort of sounds like you expect to send a request to one server and find the response coming back from a different server, but even so you're using your JSP to send the response, so that doesn't seem to apply to anything here.
 
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@Paul Clapham, yes that's what I want to do..
 
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Sorry, I was editing my post when you replied. Basically the reason you gave for wanting to set the response header didn't make any sense to me.
 
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