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  1. #1
    ragavendran is offline Member
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    Default forward request url from server side

    i created one jsp(confirmPaymnt.jsp) like this and run from my server machine.
    its working fine.

    <form name ="myform" action="" method="post" >

    <input type="hidden" name="merchant" id="merchant" value='<%= udb.getMerchant() %>'/ >

    <input type="hidden" name="transaction_id" id="transaction_id" value='<%= udb.getTransaction_id() %>'/ >

    <input type="hidden" name="amount" id="amount" value='<%= udb.getPrice() %>'/ >

    <input name="processpage" type="hidden" value="" id="processpage" style="width:733px;" />

    <input type="hidden" name="sec_key" id="sec_key" value='<%= udb.getSeckey() %>'/ >

    <input type="hidden" name="op_post" id="op_post" value="false" />


    but i cann't run from any other system.
    bcus this url for bank transaction so they are configure with
    our server machine to there server machine.i cann't access the url from any other system.
    so only way i have to call the url from server side.

    i tried like this.

    <action path="/redirectparam" type="com.hmh.action.RedirectParamAction"
    <forward name="success" path="" redirect="true"/>

    this is also not going with parameters.

    please give any feasible solution.

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