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Servlet 3.0 and URL Patterns with wildcards.

Kevin P Smith
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Joined: Feb 18, 2005
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Hi;

I’ve recently started looking at Servlets 3.0 and have been playing around with the annotations and was wondering, is it still possible to use wildcards in the url pattern?
See I am playing around with a simple app that requires the user to login to use certain functionality, so I was planning on having a Filter (SecurityCheckerFilter) with something like :

Filter:


Servlets:


This is working now!

 
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