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Struts2 Invalid Request Page is not showing up

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We are using struts2 latest distribution, where we are using tokenSession interceptor for duplicate submission. Duplicate request processing is working fine but its not showing result page for duplicate
form submission which we have defined in strust.xml as below.


posted Aug 12, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal

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The following I found in documentation of TokenSessionStoreInterceptor. Hope the changes with respect to this is creating the problem.
That is, it will block subsequent requests until the first request is complete, and then instead of returning the _invalid.token_ code, it will attempt to display the same response that the original, valid action invocation would have displayed if no multiple requests were submitted in the first place.
If double submission took place then i'm getting a blank page.

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