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    Default Declaring Custom File Extensions

    I want to tell JSP to parse files ending in a custom file extension; does GlassFish have a counterpart to httpd.conf (= apache.conf) or .htaccess on Apache?

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    Talking you need to shout for that

    in Spring we have resolvermappings to tell which which resolver will be for which extension,, isn't there any option in your framework!!

    or i am getting something wrong :confused:
    i am the future

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    I don't use a framework (yet)... Besides, a framework would need a way to pass data on to the server. I need to do the same thing without the middleman.

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