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Hi,
what's the difference between :

1)
getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher(urlErreur).forward(request,response);

2)
request.getRequestDispatcher(urlErreur).forward(request,response);


I'm new to JSP thank you.
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Difference between
request.getRequestDispatcher("url").forward(request,response);

and

getServletConfig().getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher("url").forward(request,response);

One : you can pass relative URL address when using request.getRequestdispather, and absolute URL address when using ServletConfig.getRequestDispatcher.

Two: All request details are not passed when using ServletConfig.getRequestDispatcher. May be it is the query string parameters for the current page that does not reach the page where request is forwarded.

Also go thr this link for more info

http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=650087&messageID=3824146
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by:pankilmpatel
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Hi,

request.getRequestDispatcher(path): In order to create it we need to give the relative path of the resource, context.getRequestDispatcher(path): In order to create it we need to give the absolute path of the resource.

Regards,
pankil Patel
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by:matthew016
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I use
getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher("index.jsp").forward(request,response);
so it's a relative path and it works well
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hi,

REQUEST: relative paths that are relative to the path of the current request (not relative to the root of the ServletContext),
CONTEXT: relative to the root of the ServletContext and begin with a '/'.

you can refer following link for more understanding.
http://java.boot.by/wcd-guide/ch03s05.html

For reference..
http://www.techinterviews.com/?p=148
http://www.knowd.co.jp/tech/skeletons/repositry/j2ee/servlet/caseofdispatcher.html

Regards,
Pankil
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