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From David Smith <d...@cornell.edu>
Subject Re: tc & xmlhttprequest
Date Tue, 11 Sep 2007 01:01:12 GMT
>
> As for that last bit, I have found
> that you can specify the path as /FolderInWebApp/Script/myScript.js
You still need either the context path or make it relative to the page's 
URL or the client won't be able to resolve it.  This doesn't work like 
the jsp internals that are aware of the context path.

--David

Nathan Bahr wrote:
> hmm what exactly do you need ajax for? From my recollection, ajax is
> simply a method of making mini-requests to the server so the interaction
> with your webapp is a bit more fluid. As for that last bit, I have found
> that you can specify the path as /FolderInWebApp/Script/myScript.js
> instead of using the fully qualified name. When you start the path with
> '/' it looks in the base webapp directory. Lemme know if this helps any.
>
>   
>>>> cpanon@yahoo.com 09/10/07 3:23 PM >>>
>>>>         
> Hello
> Any tips on serving a ajax page with tomcat?  I am now calling the page
> with a jsp:forward outside of the web-inf.  Do I also have to fully unc
> path to the *.js files, like
> src=localhost:8080/context/intPages/myScripts.js ?
>
>
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