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How can i set timeout in my jsp page so that after every interval it goes to struts action to check some status

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How can i set timeout in my jsp page so that after every interval it goes to struts
action to check the status of something and then come back if it is not done or if done go to another page which is written in the action to which it is going
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Use javascript function settimeout('<func name>',<msec>);

in the function submit the page to the desired action url.


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<script>
setTimeout('refreshPage()', 25 * 60 * 1000); // for 30 mins

function refreshPage(){
        document.frm.action ="something.do"l;
        document.frm.submit();
}
</script>


In your action do whtever checking you need and then redirect back to the same jsp page.

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Can it be done with jsp code...
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what do you mean by jsp code?

Refreshing the jsp page is part of client side and not server side and javascript does it perfectly.

alternatively u can try using

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="5; URL=<%=request.getContextPath()%>/something.do">

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