Automatically Refreshing a JSP
By: Emiley J. in JSP Tutorials on 2008-11-24
The following scriptlet code adds a Refresh header that specifies a 60-second interval for refreshing the JSP. Place this code at the top of the JSP before any content appears:
<% response.addHeader("Refresh","60"); %>
If you want to refresh the JSP to another web component or page, use this syntax:
<% response.addHeader("Refresh","10; http://localhost:8080/home/thanks.jsp"); %>
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