JSP Redirects

Tuesday, February 14th 2023

In JSTL, you can use the <c:redirect> tag to redirect to a different URL. To pass all URL parameters, you can use the <c:param> tag to add parameters to the URL before the redirect.

Here's an example of how you could redirect to /newPage and pass all URL parameters:

<%@ taglib prefix="c" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" %> <c:redirect url="/newPage"> <c:param name="${pageContext.request.queryString}" value="${pageContext.request.queryString}" /> </c:redirect>

In this example, the JSTL <c:redirect> tag is used to redirect to /newPage. The <c:param> tag is used to add the entire query string from the current request to the URL for the redirect.

This will cause the browser to make a new request to the URL /newPage with all of the original URL parameters included.