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Servlet Path Vs Context root

vikram nalagampalli
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Joined: Oct 08, 2001
Posts: 91
Hi Guys,
I am building a web application named "frame work" and i my hirearchy is as follows.
framework
JavaSource
Com.str.ortho
action
viewbeans
common
exception
views
webcontent
jsp
WEB-INF
So now my question is, what would be my servlet path and context root for the above mentioned application. I will really appreciate,If some can give me an example and explain me the difference between these two.
Thank you
Vikram
Frank Carver
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Joined: Jan 07, 1999
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I'm afraid that doesn't make a lot of sense - I guess the BB software has squashed it all over to the left.
If you want to preserve formatting and indentation, please place your examples between UBB CODE tags (click the "UBB Code is enabled" link, to the left, to read more)


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