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mapping a servlet to multiple urls.

kamal krishna bhatt
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how can we map a servlet to the number of urls in web.xml but condition is url name should be fully qualified i.e. like http://x.x.x.x/abc/pqr and can we write all these urls in a separate file and fill them in to web.xml.
Stoian Azarov
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HTH
kamal krishna bhatt
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ya that is right but it is not working when i give URL as <url-pattern>http://x.x.x.x/project1/test</url-pattern>
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works fine only when i give URL as <url-pattern>/test</url-pattern>
Bear Bibeault
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Right. You do not include the protocol and domain in the mapping. Just the path relative to the deployed application.


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