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From "Etienne" <etie...@sympatico.ca>
Subject How can I get the web application name?
Date Tue, 11 Feb 2003 12:30:56 GMT
Hi, I found a way to retrieve the web application name for WebSphere I
guess. Can I do the same for Tomcat?

Thanks.

Etienne.



> George,
> I've got a small servlet that'll show the docroot.  Check out
> http://home.nc.rr.com/hygh/was/WebAppName.java
>
> Ken
>
> George wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> > In a servlet, I want to get the Web Application Name in which the
servlet
> > belongs.
> > Actually, I want to retrieve the webapp docRoot using
> >
> > I found in ServletEngineConfigDumper example the following code, but
I need
> > the webappname
> >
> >      ServletEngineInfo engineInfo =
ServletEngine.getEngine().getInfo();
> >      ServletHostInfo vhinfo       =
> > engineInfo.getServletHostInfo("default_host");
> >      WebGroupInfo wgInfo          =
vhinfo.getWebGroupInfo("webappname");
> >     String docroot=wgInfo.getDocumentRoot();
> >
> > Any other way to get the WebApplication Doc Root?
> >
> > Thank you
> > George



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