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invoker servlet in a Tomcat servlet container?

 
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Hi,
What is an invoker servlet in a Tomcat servlet container?
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reda mokrane
 
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I think it's part of the container, and works out which servlet to invoke, based on the URL and the deployment descriptor. Presumably it also knows how to distinguish between the first invocation of a servlet, and subsequent invocations, where an instance already exists.
 
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Thanks for your help Tim, I also find an explanation in the Catalina API.
Thanks again for your info Tim
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