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From Scott Farquhar <>
Subject Re: [NEWBIE] Creating context-relative URLs with Tomcat + Struts
Date Sun, 07 Sep 2003 23:21:54 GMT

You may want to explain what you are trying to do before you start
describing your problems.

For example, I have no idea how / why you would use Lucene to do either
of the things you are talking about below.


On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 06:59:40PM +0100, Marco Tedone wrote:
> Hi all, this is my first post, so I hope not to bore you too much with my
> questions:
> Ok, let's say that I would like to translate system's specific URLs (i.e.
> D:\Tomcat\webapps\foo\foo\bar.jsp and so on...) into  web-context specific
> URLs (i.e. http://myServer/foo/foo/bar.jsp). Well, if I immagine to replace
> D:\Tomcat\webapps with http://myServer things seem quite easy. My first
> question is: is this the right way? As I am very new to Lucene, is there a
> possibility to instruct the IndexWriter to replace system path with web path
> (specified as argument) during index creation?
> Secondly, this is for Struts users, a jsp page not necessarily can be
> executed without passing from a Struts Action (i.e. an Action prepared some
> data to display, and if we try to access the jsp directly we could have some
> bad 5 minutes), so my question is: did anyone encountered this kind of
> questions? Did you find any solution? For this second subject, I could think
> to a sort of mapping file between JSPs and relevant actions, so that we can
> assume that if the user clicks on a JSP link, instead the relevant action
> for that JSP will be executed and then the JSP displayed. The mainteinance
> for this solution seems CRAP.
> Hope someone of you will help,
> Marco
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