Actually, RequestDispatchers work relative to the context root, i.e. the path to which the web application is mapped.
Originally posted by Allan Moster:
"/" must be referring to canonical path. This is relative to the server's root directory.
No offence to anybody. While reading some of the messages times I get a feeling that I am reading a coded message. I noticed some people use some cryptic words (ofcourse you won't find them in the dictionary) like wot, 4, cos, da, abt. I would rather skip the message than reading it. .
Just to get some cultural touches and save some times we r coding our messages... ...anyway nice observation majji...but plz don't skip man....
Originally posted by sreenivasa majji:
Thanks bala. At least I am not the only one who feels in this way. I don't understand how much time we save by "r" instead of "are".
/Sreenivasa Kumar Majji.
OK I WRTE?
WOT U DD I DUNO BT I DDNT LKE IT. ITS VVVVRY PAINFUL. IF PSSBL TRY 2 WRT PLN ANLISH. EVBDY UNDRSTD PLN ANLISH. NT COD MSG. ALL PPL R NT JMS BND 007.
I will simply discard message when I see familiar code authour's name. I completely agree with Ashik uzzaman. I will not skip man....
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