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I have the following JSP and a html file, forw.html with text, "This is static content"

When I request the JSP, I get an illegal state exception. The stack trace is copied. If I use forw.jsp(when getting the request dispatcher) which has the same contents as forw.html, the code works (The browser displays "This is static content"). I looked at the API and did not find anything, Can someone explain this.

Source of the question: HFSJ Final Mock, based on Question 22



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