0 Replies Latest reply: May 29, 2013 5:02 PM by 889213 RSS

    frmservlet mixed with jsp

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      Oracle Experts,

      We have the front end Apache web server.
      We have oracle forms running as an OC4J application on weblogic 11g.
      We have our jsp/java application running on weblogic 11g.

      Now, We have an Oracle Forms application running on https://ourserver:8088/forms/frmservlet?...
      And we know it 's working.
      Now we have a java application that is deployed in https//ourserver:9011/login/main.jsp
      We have a login.jsp that will set a session attribute then redirect to main.jsp like this:

      session.setAttribute("LOGIN_TYP","SPECIAL");
      response.sendRedirect("https://ourserver:9011/login/main.jsp");

      1. And we want to copy this login.jsp to a directory where we run our forms, so that we would want to run as:

      https://ourserver:8088/forms/frmservlet/login.jsp

      Is this possible? If yes, where would we put login.jsp, i.e., the directory structure.


      2. If not, then how would you modify the URL, for example, like?

      https://ourserver:8088/jspservlet/login.jsp

      And how would you accomplish this? config the front end apache web server? config weblogic server?

      Note: We want to pass the session attribute in login.jsp and retrieve it in main.jsp.
      So our login.jsp contains as described above. And our main.jsp contains:

      login_typ = <%= session.getAttribute("LOGIN_TYP") %>

      Thanks,
      Binh