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Using a filter with frontman

John Schretz
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I am trying to use a filter with frontman 2.0. I want to have one package with a bunch of command servlets that go through the filter and I also need another package of command servlets that do not get filtered. i.e. for creating a login.
Below is my xml I have created 2 different command broker servlets and mapped them accordingly so i can filter one package and not the other. This works but i am not sure if this is the right way of doing it. Could you please shed some light on how i would go by filtering while using frontman?

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john

 
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