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config the struts controler mapping

zb cong
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Joined: Jan 14, 2002
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in the "web.xml",i config the "servlet-mapping" of the struts controler as "*.do",it works well in both tomcat4 and weblogic6.1,but if i modify it to "/*.do",the weblogic works,but the tomcat dons't work.
otherwisw,if i setup the mapping as "/sub/*.do",and modify the hyperlink in the caller page accordingly(add the "sub" to the url),both the tomcat and weblogic don't work,why?

thank you very much!
chanoch wiggers
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Joined: May 24, 2001
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having *.do should configure the thing to work for all subfolders of your application in addition to the root fodlder and is therefore equivalent to */*.do anyway, however, I am pretty certain that things like /sub/*.do causes confusion over whether you are configuring the sub/ web application or the sub/ subfolder of your root application. I suspect that is where the problem is. Why do you want the mapping to only work within a subfolder anyway?

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Mike Curwen
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
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moved from servlets -> struts forum (brand new one)
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