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Attaining static URL for a spring application

 
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We have an application written in j2ee framework which has a single servlet which controls all the flow in the application.So here
we have a single url seen on the browser,And internally it redirects to classes according to action that's is coming in.Now we want to change this
project to spring application and turn this servlet into a good controller and attain a MVC format application.
The hurdle is we want our application to have static url after we turn it into spring application.So actually if it is http://localhost:8080/TEST
we want to keep it same throughout the application flows.
Since this is a legacy application and has to support multi browser compatibility we cant use frames here.
I am new to spring so please excuse if some one feels the question as dumb.
 
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What is the reason for static url?
 
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Vyas Sanzgiri wrote:What is the reason for static url?


Thanks for the reply.
we want static URL
1.As there are few members of our team who believe it will make application more secure as externally users will see only one URL.
2.As it was an existing application the business persons feel that it will be great to have a static URL so that no one access/sees other pages/controller called internally.
 
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Every request is URL based unless you want to try AJAX
 
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Hi,
You can use ajax call to pupulate data and can sue sitemash, so that the url will not be change.
 
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