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for using config implicit object

ram gaurav
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Hi

i know that in jsp the implicit object config will take values from web.xml , can you please give me some example that how to make entry in web.xml.

Thanks
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Gaurav
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Yogendra Joshi
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Look up the concept of the context parameter.


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Yogendra Joshi
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Hi Bear ,

I see that my post has been removed... Well , I understand that i tried helping someone from the Book which i was reading. Is this wrong ??? Some day before i posted something from a book , Marc Weber said if you post something from a book be sure to include the name of the book too.. I did that and here i am.. Taking so much initiative and my post is REMOVED.. This is not acceptable...

Helping someone and then kicked off just because it was a part of a Book.. What was wrong if that post would have been there ??

WRONG THING DONE MY FRIEND.

Yogendra Joshi.
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The post has been removed for review. Meanwhile, if you have any issues with a moderator, you should contact that moderator directly via PM or email.

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fred rosenberger
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you can also raise the question in the "JavaRanch forum". in fact, that would be preferred, so that this thread doesn't get hijacked.

but the "be polite" rule still applies.


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Yogendra Joshi,

I am the owner of JavaRanch. I wish to express that if anybody finds anything to be less than perfect on JavaRanch, that it is my fault.

You say "WRONG THING DONE MY FRIEND." I do not agree. I do not wish to publish something on my site that may violate a copyright. Small bits of text can be quoted as long as the source is referenced. But not such large portions.

"This is not acceptable...": I'm sorry that you find my attempts to legally protect myself outside of your comfort zone. I hope that you find a community that you are more comfortable with.

If you feel the urge to discuss this further, I hope you will take it up in the JavaRanch forum.


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