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1. fragment was not found at expected path (eclipse jsp)

In eclipse, I have a javaproject (not a web project), though it does provide reusable tag files. layout +src
I keep on getting Fragment "/META-INF/tags/include.jsp" was not be found at expected path /Project/META-INF/tags/taginclude.jsp How can ...

2. Authentication using URI userinfo component http://userinfo@hostname:port/path in a servlet

I need to identify users according to an URI subset. It has the following pattern http://userinfo@hostname:port/path. The ( implementation represents the URI. However, in the servlet i ...

3. Change FileServlet root path

I use Resin webserevr. There is great FileServlet class for serving static content. I'd like to remap URIs like

/user1/file.txt -> /users/dir1/1/file.txt
/user2/file.txt -> /users/dir2/22/file.txt
in runtime. But username->path mapping is not static and based ...

4. How to change the path of

Currently i have placed the in 'src' directory, and it is working fine. Is it posssible to have this file on some different location like src/comp/bre/sub/config ?

5. How to get web application path outside of a JSP page?

I am new to JSP and JEE. So maybe there is something very obvious that I missed. I have a web filter class that needs to redirect the web request back to ...

6. Wrap the default servlet but override the default webapp path

I have a folder of static html,imgs,flash content that lives outside of the webapp folder. Right now I'm using a symbolic link to map that folder into my webapp directory. ...

7. Need to get a path location via a web page

In firefox 2 I was able to get the path using Browse - I use the path in our project to then write out files to that location. So now that ...

8. How to get the application path from outside JSP code?

My JSP-application requires some configuration; so I created the Settings class which is a wrapper to an apache commons Configuration object which should be initialized in the static constructor of Settings ...

9. How to get path at browser in jsp

May be this is the basic Question. But i am not able to understand how to get it. My browser url is http://testweb/edit.htm'. testweb is context path. This uri is from Spring. I ...

10. Setting path X in "ZipFile zipfile = new ZipFile("X");"

I'm having problems setting the path of the zip file, X, in ZipFile zipfile = new ZipFile("X");. I don't want to hardcode the path such that it becomes ZipFile zipfile = ...

11. Pass in proper path for Servlet in .jsp

I have a .jsp file which has to submit the request to ResultServlet but i am getting the error HTTP Status 404 - /project1/jsp//ResultServlet The problem is that my ResultServlet is in /project1/src/ResultServlet Can you ...

12. Impact of combining projects in the build path on servlets

I am writing an application in Eclipse, that has a servlet, and an android component. There are common classes to both so, being a bit of noob, I have moved the ...

13. basepath in jsp

In my application,I use the struts2,and I create a base action to slove the path problem:

class BaseAction{
  private String path;
  HttpServletRequest request = ServletActionContext.getRequest(); path=request.getScheme()+"://"+request.getServerName()+":"+request.getServerPort()+request.getContextPath();+"/";
Then ...

14. Adding libraries to java.library.path

I am trying to run a program which is executed by running the following batch file:

@echo off rem Add extra JVM options here ...

15. get path of deployed project on server

I want to get remote address or server address where my project is deployed. let suppose : host

deployedProj : deployed web App name

folderName : there is a folder inside ...

16. How do I get the real filesystem path from within RingoJS webapp?

If I manage to get ServletContext object from java's HttpRequest, I'd manage to accomplish this, but I couldn't find out how to access these objects from Ringo wrappers. This is needed to ...

17. Routing sub-paths with Guice servlets

I'm using Guice to route requests in my web app, and I'd like to modularize the routing of some of the URL patterns I'll be handling. Ideally, I'd like to be ...

18. Path problem

Hi friend ,when U are posting this kind of topic try to be more specific ,say the type of web server U are using .It helps. 1.FileNotFound suggest U are not placing your form handler i.e. the value assigned to Ur action="form handler .jsp" in the right folder 2.Check the address bar after submiting the form,if the file is not found ...

19. path related problem

20. to get path of installed program

21. Why does jsessionid appear in path?

I am now using Struts for the controller. In my jsp file, there is in the code. However, when I load this page is browser, and I view the source, I found that the above code becomes

However, when I reload this page, the source becomes Why does the jsessionid appear ...

22. Path related problem

Hi All, I have a doubt regarding the paths to be specified in the JSP for the resources like Html pages and pictures. Lets consider a case where I have to show images in an Html file generated by a JSP. I am maintaining all the images in a directory called "images" in the webapplication directory. What happens if i specify ...

23. Confused about Server Paths

24. Need help getting correct server path

In my JSP code trying to get server paths I get very different results running this code on Tomcat and on the real web server. I'm trying to build a table of images and need to be able to refer to where the images are based on the server directories (starting at the web root of the application I believe). When ...

25. application real path

26. jsp + javabean path

I am getting an error on my tag when i try to compile it.-cannot resolve symbol- my jsp directory path is the following: C:\Tomcat\webapps\ProjectJSP\jsp\RegistForm\User.jsp my bean directory path is the following: C:\Tomcat\webapps\ProjectJSP\WEB-INF\classes\User.class my bean compiles ok; public class User{ protected String lastName; protected String firstName; public String getLastName(){ return lastName; } public void setLastName (String lname){ this.lastName = lname; } ...

27. java path problem by suwandy

28. path

29. Config component path

Thanks a lot sksharma sharma but the point is I don't know what path is. I install at C:\Program Files\Crystal Decisions but inside this folder it has a many folder and I can not found JAR files or something look like the file I want to Use that make me don't know the path.I try to use "C:\Program Files\Crystal Decisions\;" or ...

30. Please help about picture path.

Since a browser gets an image from your server in a separate request, you need to give it the right information to find the file. 1. make each url in a src= attribute a complete one (not relative.) -or- 2. put a

31. building paths ..\\

32. Path problem, seeking advice

33. Grabbing the path and arguements

34. JSP Current Path

35. Path in downloading link

36. Paths to use for links

37. to find the exact path

38. How to specify Servlet path in JSP?

39. Working with JSP & Servlet paths

Hello everyone, I'm developing a web application under Tomcat 5 and I'm facing a problem with paths to JSPs and servlets (I fear it's kinda stupid, but I cannot get out of it). Basically the web app is working without problems, I got it deployed under my Tomcat and I surf it pointing the browser at http://localhost:8080//index.jsp and so on. When ...

40. Path for Servlets

42. Path to servlet

43. hidding servlets with paths

45. Path Not Reaching Servlet

46. Servlet Path

47. Servlet Contrlloer Path Issue

Ben, I know that if I modifiy all the JSP files I can get it working. But what I want is that after Dispatching(or before or some how) I can tell the tomcat where to resolve relative paths against. Because I have .js files being called in my jsp pages. These .js files also refere resources like images and css files. ...

48. Servlet calls redefines base of path

49. path to servlet

The physical location of a servlet class file has nothing to do with any of the URL mappings. The container automatically generates mappings for JSP pages to make them appear to behave more like static HTML pages. Further, webapps can be deployed as either exploded directory systems or from a war file directly. If you're container is deploying from an exploded ...

50. Servlet path stupid question

hello vikas, The only stupid question is the one that is never asked. Its a very good question and I don't know the answer myself correctly. I may be wrong but this is what I think of this situation, if you are mapping "/test/*" this would mean any url which has /test/ context. So it maps both "/servlet/test/" and "/test" to ...

51. How to hide servlet path?

53. Simple path question

55. JEE : please show me a short path

Thanks Jeanne, Though the keywords you gave, got me some useful results on searching the web, But... What I am looking for is a recommendation for a good concise book or an instructional tutorial. I can clear this with an example: I bought book on Advanced java by Dietal&Dietal, this book give unnecessarily huge examples to introduce to a concept, which ...

56. base path resolving problem

57. how to set the path for JMS

58. Save to excel-take path from user

59. jsp not able to find out txt path

Hi, i am unable to read txt file from jsp. i am getting null pointer exception. path of jsp: WEB-INF/views/main.jsp path of txt: WEB-INF/views/ServerDetails.txt Following is the code...please suggest where can i make changes to solve the issue. <% BufferedReader input = null; String serverName; try { input = new BufferedReader(new FileReader("ServerDetails.txt")); } catch (FileNotFoundException e1) { e1.printStackTrace(); } String line ...

60. path of packets

61. Exception Report:annot allocate servlet instance for path

import java.lang.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; import javax.servlet.http.HttpSession; import java.util.*; import java.util.Properties; import*; import java.text.*; class logtest1 extends HttpServlet { PrintWriter out=null; public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html"); out = response.getWriter(); String fileName = new String(); String aDataString = new String(); String user=request.getParameter("userid"); fileName = "MyFileName.dat"; //aDataString = "I want to write this string to a ...

62. What is the path of .vm in servlet ( Apache Velocity)

Not for sure but if you run the following: System.getProperty("user.dir"); it will give you a directory. Place the file in there and Velocity.getTemplate("index.vm"); will pick up the file in that directory. Its a work around for now as i am too looking for a way to place the .vm file within my package and have the program to get it.

64. get servlet location / root path / appBase

Is there a way from within a servlet or jsp file to find out the file system location of that particular servlet or jsp file? I looked at the System.getProperties and didn't find anything there. What I want is to be able to do something like this: prop.get("servlet.root"); and have it return: /tomcat/appBase/myservlet

65. Dumb Path Question - J2EE Servlets

08/02/13 16:37:54.825 Started 08/02/13 16:37:54.867 doublecrank: Started 08/02/13 16:40:12.934 doublecrank: Servlet error oracle.classloader.util.AnnotatedNoClassDefFoundError: Missing class: org.apache.commons.beanutils.BeanUtils Dependent class: coreservlets.beans.BeanUtilities Loader: doublecrank.web.doublecrank:0.0.0 Code-Source: /usr/local/oc4j/j2ee/home/applications/doublecrank/doublecrank/WEB-INF/classes/ Configuration: WEB-INF/classes/ in /usr/local/oc4j/j2ee/home/applications/doublecrank/doublecrank/WEB-INF/classes The missing class is not available from any code-source or loader in the system. at oracle.classloader.PolicyClassLoader.handleClassNotFound ( [/usr/local/oc4j/j2ee/home/lib/pcl.jar (from system property java.class.path), by sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader@11126876] at oracle.classloader.PolicyClassLoader.internalLoadClass ( [/usr/local/oc4j/j2ee/home/lib/pcl.jar (from system property java.class.path), ...

66. Access network path from within servlet