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ContextLoaderListener vs Filter for "/*"

 
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I am wondering what is the sequence of execution in a web based project -

1) A java class which implements "ContextLoaderListener"

2) A class which acts as a filter and is maped for /*


In my case, I see that first ContextLoaderListener is called first, but before ALL the statements are executed in "contextInitialized" method, I see some methods from "filter" java class getting executed. Can anybody explain me - how request is being processed ?

Thanks.
 
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ContextLoaderListener is not a part of SCWCD objectives. Are you talking about Spring framework??
 
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