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Rafiq Uz Zama
Using two jsps in one liferay Portlet
March 7, 2012 3:03 AM
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Rafiq Uz Zama

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Hi ,

I need to use 2 jsps in a portlet.
Currently i am using view.jsp of a portlet for database interaction but i need to display a custom message after submitting form to database.
So need help for this thing?
Used RequestDispatcher too?

Regards,
Rafiq
Rafiq Uz Zama
RE: Using two jsps in one liferay Portlet
March 26, 2012 11:27 PM
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Rafiq Uz Zama

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If you are redirecting from view.jsp to any other jsp say check.jsp then follow these::::::

1) redirecting to another jsp with parameter
Add the following code
<portlet:renderURL var="check">
<portlet:param name="jspPage" value="/check.jsp" />
</portlet:renderURL>
<a href="<%=check%>&abc%></a>

2) add request.getParameterNames(); in check.jsp and retrieve all parameters

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Rafiq Uz Zama
Juhi Kumari
RE: Using two jsps in one liferay Portlet
March 27, 2012 1:34 AM
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Juhi Kumari

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Hi Rafiq,
I think in your view.jsp you are submitting a form, for that you are calling a action. To display the success message in check.jsp, you can set
viewJSP = "/html/portlet/check.jsp"; in your render method.

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Juhi
Hitoshi Ozawa
RE: Using two jsps in one liferay Portlet
March 27, 2012 6:40 AM
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Hitoshi Ozawa

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Currently i am using view.jsp of a portlet for database interaction


If you're posting to a database from view.jsp, your portlet will submit everytime an user refreshes the page.
Rafiq Uz Zama
RE: Using two jsps in one liferay Portlet
April 4, 2012 3:13 AM
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Rafiq Uz Zama

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Hi Ozawa,

Thanks for replying..
my form is in view.jsp and i have submit button in it and after clicking submit itself, it redirects to check.jsp(in this case).

Thanks and Regards,
Rafiq