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how to jump page like RequestDispatcher.forward(...)

 
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in traditional servlet, jsp,
jsp set action to servlet, then servlet call requestdispatcher to another jsp. it is very easy to find reference about this.
in GWT,
I spend many time to search online but still no something like this jump page (from one jsp to another jsp through servlet),
all mention is just GWT-RPC, which the return page is still the same as calling page, any method to accomplish jsp(or html) to servlet to another jsp(or html)
using GWT-RPC or GWT in general?
 
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GWT is typically a "single" page view where the data is refreshed and not the whole page. To change the data, you should be using GWT-RPC along with GWT History (in case you want to load a page "state")
 
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:GWT is typically a "single" page view where the data is refreshed and not the whole page. To change the data, you should be using GWT-RPC along with GWT History (in case you want to load a page "state")



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