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    priyanka_t is offline Member
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    Default To hide browser heading

    Hey guys can u plz suggest me how to hide the browser heading.......i mean,in any application as we move from one jsp to other , we could able to see the pages which we are visiting in the browser .But i want to hide them by giving single heading to all the pages

    http:localhost:8085/ee/viewfamilyhistory.jsp
    http:localhost:8085/ee/viewchildhistory.jsp

    instead of this

    i want
    http:localhost:8085/ee/XYZ

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    You could use a frame then.

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    do servlet-mapping in web.xml.

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    servlet mapping is the answer

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    if u r using framework then do the mapping correspond to that framework for example : In struts put path=/something.do in struts config with corresponding actionclass name and formbean name

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