Manjusha Harimadhavan

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Thanks for the replies!

response.sendRedirect itself works. The problem was because of something else in the JSP which was redirecting to another place based on some other condition.

7 years ago
JSP
Hi,

I have website A and website B, both are of the same company. Users of website A can currently login to website A only from website A. Now, we are developing a feature wherein users will be able to login from the login page of website B also. When users try to login from website B, we first validate the user using a web service and if the user is authentic, we should redirect him/her to website A along with a token which would be evaluated by website A and would let the user directly login.

I use response.sendRedirect("http://websiteA?tokenID=12345");

Everything goes as it should except that the parameter token ID is not passed to website A always. To be more precise, it is present in the JSP page in alternate runs. If I close the browser and open it again, the parameter would not be there. But if I run it again, it would be there. I know it has got to do something with response.sendRedirect, but I haven't been able to find an alternate to this.

Please note that the URL will be absolute since both websites are in different servers altogether.

This is a very urgent requirement and any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks!
7 years ago
JSP