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how to get path of web application in tomcat?
Joined: Jan 08, 2004
Oct 04, 2004 01:36:00
hi, how do i get the path of web application folder in
? i want my system auto detect the current running web application folder , how do i code that ?
i have try
File f = new File("\\WEB-INF"); [B][I]what should i change from here?[/I][/B] System.out.println("path: " + f.getAbsolutePath());
which result me "path :c:\web-inf "
how do i make it to get c:\myrunningweb\web-inf ?
note: assume c:\myrunningweb is the current running web folder ..thank you !!
Joined: Aug 17, 2001
Oct 04, 2004 02:17:00
You can use the getServletContext().getRealPath("/") method...the you will get the real path till your context.
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