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send SOAP Request without Response

 
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Hi all,
From a JSP page i just want to send the SOAP request to a server without getting a response on the same page. i.e. the response should not come to the same page from where i requested. In browser i want to display the response in different jsp page . How to achieve this using javascript or JAVA
 
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Please KeepItDown, and do not use larger fonts.
 
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What you ask is not possible. Request and response always go together, so you'll need to adapt your design accordingly. And you should never perform network or file I/O in a JSP - use a backing bean or servlet instead.
 
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Now i have edited my problem. Is it possible to achieve?

From a JSP page i just want to send the SOAP request to a server without getting a response on the same page. i.e. the response should not come to the same page from where i requested. In browser i want to display the response in different jsp page . How to achieve this using javascript or JAVA
 
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As just about everybody here will tell you - thinking JSP is the right way to do this is a bad idea.

Carrying out computation such as generating a SOAP request, and saving the result for later display is a servlet job. Just use JSP for display and save yourself a lot of trouble.

Bill
 
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Hi William ,



This is the code i am using , i want to display the output in different JSP page .But this JSP page itself getting the response through the callback function xmlhttp.onreadystatechange= handler;

Is it possible to get this response in the another JSP file?Please give some idea to proceed further because i am struggling for a week.... Nobody has responded to my question...



Thanks,
Mahes.
 
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1. Sending the request from the browser using JavaScript gets a response returned to the browser.
2. You don't want the response returned to the browser
3. I just told you that a servlet would be capable of sending a request and saving the response for later display which is what you said you want.
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