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hemapriya rao
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*.do what does this mean in servlet mapping
Bear Bibeault
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Any URL ending in .do.


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stef li
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if your request url is ending in ".do" ,then it will be dealed with this servlet.


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Christophe Verré
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And to add to what the others have said, it has no particular meaning. It will just map a servlet to urls ending in ".do". I think (may be wrong) that Struts started the fashion of mapping a front controller to "*.do" extensions.


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