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kege james
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Does each individual servlet need their own 'web.xml' file? or is there a way to have one universal web.xml file for all servlets within the same directory?

thanks for taking the time
Bear Bibeault
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There is only one web.xml file for each web application which can contain the declarations for any number of servlets.

Moved to the Servlets forum.


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