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jQuery load operation problems

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Hi everyone !

Now, I'm learning the Jquery lesson , but I encountered a few problems while working with it

specific, this is my code called jquerydemo.jsp and demo_test.txt file , when I click <button>Get External Content</button> it will display the content in demo_test.txt file , but it don't display content. . however if I replace $("#div1").load("demo_test.txt") by alert("Hello world!") it display "hello world ", please show me !how to resolve this code

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Make sure that the JavaScript debugger is open in your browser and observe if the Ajax request is succeeding. I'm betting that it is not.

The URL that you are using should be server-relative, beginning with the context path. Using a page-relative URL as you are doing here is fraught with perils even if you do get it to work.
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