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ServletContext Object?

n haary
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Joined: Sep 20, 2011
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wats the purpose of creating servletcontext object ??
Joe Ess
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Do you need to know anything that is not explained by the Documentation?


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n haary
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Joe Ess wrote:Do you need to know anything that is not explained by the Documentation?


since i am new member of this java community , i hardly know the way to post the queries so please bear with me sir.
n haary
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can any one explain me how to use the "quote" and "edit" buttons in the window??
Joe Ess
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n haary wrote:
since i am new member of this java community , i hardly know the way to post the queries so please bear with me sir.


We have a FAQ, HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch, which details how to be a good contributor to our community.
As for the "quote" and "edit" buttons, pushing "quote" on a post will give you a text box with the quoted post in it, which is handy when responding to a post. Clicking on "edit" will let you edit your own posts.
n haary
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Joined: Sep 20, 2011
Posts: 7
Joe Ess wrote:
n haary wrote:
since i am new member of this java community , i hardly know the way to post the queries so please bear with me sir.


We have a FAQ, HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch, which details how to be a good contributor to our community.
As for the "quote" and "edit" buttons, pushing "quote" on a post will give you a text box with the quoted post in it, which is handy when responding to a post. Clicking on "edit" will let you edit your own posts.


thank you joe . hope we have a good association.
Rob Spoor
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Joined: Oct 27, 2005
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ServletContext is not a socket / Internet protocol problem but a servlet one. Moving to our Servlets forum.


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