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Calling .do directly

 
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Hi folks
Hi have a small problem while calling the .do
iam calling .do direcrtly, instead of calling jsp,and i can able to call
Action class perfectly but my concern is iam calling like
" http://localhost:8080/Test/Login.do"
but here instead of specifying the /Login.do can i use <welcome-file-list>
tag in web.xml then i can able to call like
" http://localhost:8080/Test/Login.do"...
can you please suggest me....
let me know if any ideas...

Thanks
Naresh
 
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Sorry, but you can't include a URL such as "Login.do" as part of your welcome file list. Entries in the welcome file list must be actual files.

One way to accomplish the same thing is to create an index.jsp file and put that in your welcome file list. Then in index.jsp use the logic:redirect tag to redirect to the Login action. Example:
<logic:redirect action="/Login" />
 
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Originally posted by Merrill Higginson:
Sorry, but you can't include a URL such as "Login.do" as part of your welcome file list. Entries in the welcome file list must be actual files.

One way to accomplish the same thing is to create an index.jsp file and put that in your welcome file list. Then in index.jsp use the logic:redirect tag to redirect to the Login action. Example:
<logic:redirect action="/Login" />



Ok Thank you alot....!
 
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