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How Server Knows which framework is Currently Working

 
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Hi Everybody

I have asked this question in an interview that

how the server knows that which framework is currently working.There are many frameworks like spring,struts,struts2,wicket.Then how server will understand that which particular framework is working currently

.Any reply will be deeply appreciated.

Regards

[mg]please avoid unnecessary use of colors as it makes the post difficult to read; use quote tags instead
 
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Why would the server care, and what would it even mean for the server to be aware of which library it's executing? It's all just class files as far as the container is concerned.
 
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