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What does it mean "RequestDispatcher types" ?

 
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I'm doing Piotr Nowicky exam and it says that RequestDispatcher types are REQUEST, FORWARD, ASYNC, INCLUDE, ERROR.

It is that only to indicate in <filter-mapping> with <dispatcher>?
 
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sorry, It is well explained in Java Servlet Specification page 52, 6.2.5 "Filters and the RequestDispatcher"
 
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