Can I use template to assemble a html page in an controller

Hi,all!
I want to assemble a html page and put it into flash and redirect to
another controller ,for example:

flash[:aaa]=“

hi
”

but what I need is to assemble some more complicate html page,so I
want to read the render result of a template before to send it to
browser.
Any thought?
Thanks in advance :slight_smile:

chanses you going wrong directions.
passing html through session seems unnatural
what are you trying to accomplish?

On Jun 4, 2:21 am, liquidautumn [email protected] wrote:

chanses you going wrong directions.
passing html through session seems unnatural
what are you trying to accomplish?

I’m trying to redirect a urlA to urlB but finally response with the
urlA content,like this:

request urlA: domain.com/controller/action/

redirect to urlB:domain.com/#controller/action/

so then I can change the urlB as I want by js without refresh the
page,and urlA is just for search engine

On Jun 4, 2:21 am, liquidautumn [email protected] wrote:

chanses you going wrong directions.
passing html through session seems unnatural
what are you trying to accomplish?

I’m trying to redirect a urlA to urlB but finally response with the
urlA content,like this:

request urlA: domain.com/controller/action/

redirect to urlB:domain.com/#controller/action/

so then I can change the urlB as I want by js without refresh the
page,and urlA is just for search engine

I found the right way now:
I can use render in the urlB place to render the urlA template

On Jun 4, 2:21 am, liquidautumn [email protected] wrote:

chanses you going wrong directions.
passing html through session seems unnatural
what are you trying to accomplish?

I’m trying to redirect a urlA to urlB but finally response with the
urlA content,like this:

request urlA: domain.com/controller/action/

redirect to urlB:domain.com/#controller/action/

so then I can change the urlB as I want by js without refresh the
page,and urlA is just for search engine

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