I've a login screen made in jsp...

Now i've this .....


        public boolean isBetween(Calendar fromTime, Calendar toTime) {


                Calendar c1 = Calendar.getInstance();

                if( c1.after(fromTime) && c1.before(toTime) )

                        return true;

                 return false;




 and this ..



                 //void set(int year, int month, int date, int hour, int minute, int second)

                 // IMP : Jan is 0

                //Calendar fromTime = Calendar.getInstance();

                //fromTime.set(2003, 3, 21, 0, 0, 0);


                //Calendar toTime = Calendar.getInstance();

                //toTime.set(2002, 5, 7, 0, 0, 0);


                Calendar fromTime = Calendar.getInstance();

                fromTime.set(2006, 03, 17, 9, 0, 0);


                Calendar toTime = Calendar.getInstance();

                toTime.set(2006, 04, 04, 0, 0, 0);

               if(isBetween(fromTime, toTime)) {

                   forward to down.jsp


i need to forward....where do i place this code so that it checks the time fist before loading.....
urgent help required...thankz
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If you wish the above piece of code to be checked before the requested page is loaded. You can do the following

If suppose user requested for x page, then first you make the action to page y, check the code in page y and forward it to page x when it satisfy the condition.

You can directly use request dispatcher in the jsp as follows:
request.getRequestDispatcher("/relative/path").forward(request, response);


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