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Difference between a URL and URI  RSS feed

 
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what is the difference between a URL and a URI?
URI
 
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Hi Vrinda,
Web application is a collection of resources which are mapped to a particular Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) prefix. The resources may include html or xml files, images, servlets, jsp, etc.
Now it would be reasonable to store all the information related to say "ShoppingCart" application in a single directory called "ShoppingCart". All the requests starting with "/ShoppingCart" would be mapped to this application.
I am sure that you are aware of URL !!
Hope this helps !!
Regds,
Milind


[This message has been edited by Milind (edited May 16, 2000).]
 
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