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Map wild card url pattern to servlet  RSS feed

 
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Hi

I save the images in the database and need to provide the URL to the users so that they can include in their pages.
For example, /img/a.jpg, /img/b.jpg...

I want to map /img/* to the servlet but it is not possible in Servlet version 2.4.

Have any of you encountered such problem?
If yes, please give me some suggestions.


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Why is that not possible? What have you tried?
 
Terence Thant Zin Oo
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Hi Ulf

I put the wrong url pattern in the previous post.
It should be /img/*.jpg.

I want the container to send back error 404 for other request such as /img/a/b/c.jpg or /img/a.gif.

It can be programatically (by checking request.getPathInfo()) but I want to do it in web.xml


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Ulf Dittmer
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Ah, indeed - you can only map an extension or map a directory; not both at the same time.
 
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