There is no need for any entry in the web.xml for deployment of JSPs.. unless you are giving a different name i.e. accessing the JSP with a different URL. In the latter case, the configuration would be something like
Originally posted by hitu solanki: What we can write in the web.xml file.
For a complete list of what you can use the web.xml for I recommend you to check the servlet specification. You can download it from java.sun.com download page. The web.xml is described in the chapter 13 of the servlet 2.4 spec. HTH Juanjo Bazan
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