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I have a context-param in web.xml. I need to access value of this variable from ServletContext into a POJO (no passing HttpServletRequest or anything). Basically this POJO is not aware of any servletcontext or container. How do I get value of this context variable into POJO.
 
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Passing it to your POJO in an Action via a setter method would be one way to accomplish this.
 
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I don't have action here. This POJO is being called from a webservice class, which doesn't extend servlet or any of its classes. Any other way?
 
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Then it seems this question doesn't really have anything to do with Struts. Since you say it has something to do with web services, I'm going to move this to the web services forum.
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