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Default servlet context

 
Micheal John
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Default servlet context is provided to servlets that are not deployed as a part of some webapplication. They are considered to be a part of "default" webapplication.


What the thing above thing means..? I am not getting it..?
Is there non default servlet context..? What is it means and what is the difference between the two?
[ January 23, 2007: Message edited by: Micheal John ]
 
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Elan Ram
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Jhon,

I want to share my understanding on this. Normally the Container in-build web application called the default web application. It is deployed before our web application. For example, Tomcat has the web application called �manager�. This we cannot start, stop or redeploy. But thru this console, we can get hold of our web application life cycles.

So default web application is deployed as part of server start up. Non default (our application) can either deployed after default web application or by demand thru default web application.
 
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