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hi,
Can u pl expalin what do we exactly mean by 'current context root' or 'relative to current context root'??
thanks!
ashok.
 
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As the big book (Java Server Programming J2EE Edition) says -
The servlet context defines a servlet's view of the web application. Each servlet context is rooted at a specific path in the web server. For example, the TechSupport application is associated with the context /techSupport. With the help of this notion, you can deploy multiple web applications under different context root names. All such applications can coexist as if they were deployed on different containers.
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