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From <Iain.Sheph...@barclayscapital.com>
Subject ServletContextListener - how to detect http path of web application?
Date Wed, 21 Dec 2005 10:54:24 GMT
Hi,

Apols for a newbie question, I didn't have much luck with the archives
or in Google.

In my ServletContextListener.contextInitialized method, I need to detect
the public http path of my web app.
i.e. http://servername/approot/

How can I do this?
event.getServletContext().getResource("/") gives me "jndi:/localhost/",
not very helpful.

Appreciate any advice.

Iain Shepherd


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