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From: QM <qm300@brandxdev.net>
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Subject: Re: directory structure and porting issues
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: - Is there an online guide that helps app developers select a directory 
: structure that is portable across servlet containers?

The servlet spec.

Do a search at java.sun.com for it.  You'll want 2.3 if you're running
Tomcat 4, or 2.4 if you're running Tomcat 5.  Either way, it's available
as a PDF. 


As a Java web developer, the spec is your guide to webapp standards and
portability.  At the risk of sounding facetious, it answers all of your
questions except this one:


: - Finally, is it the best practice to hard-code the 'context' prefix in 
: your application?

JSTL.  I forget the exact tag names, but any JSTL reference will have
them listed.  There's a tag for creating context-relative links, and (I
believe) one for creating context-relative image tags.

-QM

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