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how i can exclude a url pattern from a filter ?

 
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Hi
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how i can exclude a url pattern from a filter ?
for example i do not want filter to be applied over /s/* , how i should define this exclusion ?

Thanks
 
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If you mean you want someother Filter/Servlet to handle that particular kind of URL patterns, then you can define one with that URL. However, you need to cater that.

If you don't want to handle that particular URLs then again you can define a resource that will redirect it to a error page or something.
 
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Excluding a URL for a filter, i believe is not possible. You will have to include all other possible URL patterns. Or one cheeky approach would be include /* for your filter and to code another dummy filter (that does nothing) and map /s/* to it.

-Hellkay
 
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Not a JSP question. Moved to Servlets.
 
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