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sirisha makkapati
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who will call appropriate servlet specified in Web.xml,Is XML Parser plays any role in this context.What will happen when I stared runing the Servlet in broser.
I am willing to know different steps once strted to run the Servlet

Please Any one Tell me I need this answer Urgently

Thanks..
 
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Originally posted by sirisha makkapati:

Please Any one Tell me I need this answer Urgently


Please read this to see why putting such phrases in your post may actually prevent you from getting quick answers.
 
Annie Smith
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Originally posted by sirisha makkapati:
who will call appropriate servlet specified in Web.xml,Is XML Parser plays any role in this context.What will happen when I stared runing the Servlet in broser.
I am willing to know different steps once strted to run the Servlet


Your curiosity can be satisfied in the servlet specifications.
 
Sandeep Rawat
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whenever the server starts all the initialization process happens and the web.xml file contains all the mapping kinda information. So whenever the request goes to container it maps the url from the web.xml file and forward the user to the destination location.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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