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warlord902
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I am new to JSP/Servlets, so here is what I am trying to do:

suppose my url is http://mywebsite.com/ and user come on this and it shows a login form, after submitting the form I want to keep the url the same as before that is http://mywebsite.com/ means it should act the main page even after login, not something like this http://mywebsite.com/userlogin/

And also tell me a way to change the url deliberately, I mean when my Servlet1 forwards control to another servlet then url of Servlet will be visible to the user, tell me a way to change the url to servlet2 without using any client side redirect mechanism.

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Ive been also waiting for this kind of question. I want my visitor to only see "/index.jsp" not "/servlet" something like php does.

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Ive been also waiting for this kind of question. I want my visitor to only see "/index.jsp" not "/servlet" something like php does.

You can do a client side redirect for that using sendRedirect() method of response object,.

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If you want to keep URL unchanged means that the when the login is done then the URL is goto Home page. For this you can use the sendRedirect() function and pass the response object of the redirected URL.

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