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Hi,
For my app, i have a req. where in i have to use different URLs and map the same app..

For example

http://localhost:8080/app/group1/home.do
http://localhost:8080/app/group2/home.do
http://localhost:8080/app/group3/home.do
http://localhost:8080/app/group4/home.do

all should point to the same action calss. i am not sure about how to have URL mapping like this. can any one suggest me..?
 
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In your web.xml




http://www2.roguewave.com/support/docs/leif/leif/html/servletug/7-3.html
 
Bala RThiagarajan
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Hi thanks for you rpley ,

But when
I made /app as the context root and added /group*/*.do in the servlet mapping part of the WEB.xml. But when try to access the app using

http://localhost:8080/app/group1/home.do i am getting a 404 error..
am i missing some thing here..?
 
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