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Hello, i'm trying to do the following:

i have a servlet, which executes some code.
in a case, i need to create a form element with stuff inside, and write it back to the "out" variable.

the problem is, i dont want to use a string builder to do it, i'd like to create a JSP page which holds the form, and forward the request params to it,
but also, when it finishes creating the page, i'd like to get the whole HTML back, and then print it to the "out" (in the servlet)

is it possible?
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Use the RequestDispatcher's forward method. See here for a discussion: http://www.theserverside.com/discussions/thread.tss?thread_id=2472[^].

Please let the JSP take care of the output though. That's the procedure in JSP programming: Let the servlets handle all the business logic and data access stuff and the JSP is used to render the whole thing to HTML.

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