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Does Application server do it

 
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In case of web server,to run a servlet on browser we have to specify as /myPackage/servlet/MyServlet in <url-pattern>
But how come in application server i can access the servet just as /myPackage/MyServlet.
I mean why we have to tell the web container explicitly the servlet???And why it is not needed in case of Application server which contain web container?
 
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