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Joined: May 02, 2005
Feb 18, 2006 04:01:00
is absolute path means path starting from root context say for example
web application structure is as follows
(This module contains .jsp or .html files)
root context means /servletexamples/admin is this correct
thanks in advance
Joined: Dec 11, 2004
Feb 20, 2006 06:40:00
When discussing your file system, absolute would mean the full path to the file:
When discussing hyperlinks, absolute means a full URL that could be pasted into the address window of a browser:
Anything else is a relative.
These can be relative to the file or URL that you're looking at, or relative to the root of the web application.
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