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Hello I want to get the tree like structure My requirement is that when I write any jsp and put it in webapps's any folder I should get tree like structure of the folders in which I am putting my jsp. Foe example I have structure like webapps --rakesh_folder1 --rakesh_folder2 --rakesh_folder3 ---rakesh_subfolder1 ---rakesh_subfolder2 ----(Here goes my jsp which would make to get sructure) ----my_other_file_1 ----my_other_file_2 When I type http://localhost:8080/rakesh_folder3/rakesh_subfolder2/jspname I want output as --rakesh_folder3 ---rakesh_subfolder2 ----my_other_file_1 (size of file) (time stamp) ----my_other_file_2 (size of file) (time stamp) How should I proceed ??? Tx in advance Rakesh
You can get the information of the url typed in as follows: request.getRequestURL() - will return: protocol + host + context path + servlet path + path info example: http://localhost:8080/MyWebApp/securitytest/hello request.getRequestURI() - will return: context path + servlet path + path info example: /MyWebApp/securitytest/hello If you want to display a file tree, you can call the following methods: request.getContextPath() returns: /MyWebApp request.getServletPath() returns: /securitytest request.getPathInfo() returns: /hello You could also parse the requestURI using the "/" character as a delimiter