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Relative URL specification

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IN the jsp spec with the above heading .....there are contradictory statements regarding usage of "/" under page-relative paths...
can someone explain..
Gerd Rosarius

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Can you specify your question a little more, maybe I am able to give you an answer.

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A page relative path is a path that does not start with a “/”.
In both cases the current page (or file) is
denoted by some path starting with “/” that is then modified by the new
specification to produce a path starting with “/”.
dont the stmts contradict???
[ March 13, 2002: Message edited by: shan java ]
Have you checked out Aspose?
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