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URL rewriting...

 
Vaishali Joshi
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As far as I can think, the only design issue in using URL rewriting is we cannot have static html files. All pages must be dynamically generated. Is my understanding correct? Is there any other issue? What kind of questions are asking on this objective?
Kindly help,
Vaishali.
 
Ram Dhan Yadav K
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Hi Vishali,
Your understanding is correct!
No other issues as long as my understanding goes.
I am not sure about the kind of questions asked, b'cos even i started very recently.
thanks,
Ramdhan Yadav K
 
Keane sh
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I don't agree with both of you. URL rewriting is used in the case of the client's cookie is closed.You may find in the servlet2.3's spec.
 
Fei Ng
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Originally posted by shweiwei:
I don't agree with both of you. URL rewriting is used in the case of the client's cookie is closed.You may find in the servlet2.3's spec.

Yes, but you can't use static html files for URL rewriting. Don't agree with this?
Your servlet has to input the session on the URL.
 
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