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    Felissa is offline Member
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    Default Specifying absolute path in web.xml

    I am creating a text file through my web Application which is on JBoss and I have to read this file in the JSP to print the out put.
    My problem is, the text file has been created in JBoss/bin, I want it to be created in my project folder.

    I can do this by specifying absolute path but I want to specify this path in my web.xml. which tags should I add to web.xml ?

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    Eric is offline Senior Member
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    If you want to define the directory in web.xml where you wish to store files etc....then you can use the following for that particular JSP file

    Java Code:
    that way, the directory is available (as long as it is referenced correctly) and you can call it for that particular servlet or JSP file when needed.


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