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From Kiran Badi <>
Subject Re: OT: Breadcrumbs Tomcat 7.0.11
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2012 03:18:29 GMT
Sorry I need some more help, have one more weird issue at my plate now,

I am using base tag and pulling out the webapplication context path to 
it like this so that all links in the page becomes relative to this 
path,i am doing something like below,

<base href="${pageContext.request.contextPath}">

which resolves to  " /mydomain"/  in IE and base tag looks like this 
<base href="/mydomain"/> in IE and  in other browers like 
ff/chrome/opera/safari it resolves to "/mydomain" and base tag here 
looks like <base href="/ourstory">

however all links resolves perfectly fine in IE and when I click on any 
link, it opens perfectly fine with path 
http://localhost:8080/mydomain/link1.jsp but the same link when checked 
via other browser like FF/Opera/chrome/safari it says page not found and 
gives me 404 error.The same link path now looks like 
http://localhost:8080/link1.jsp in those browsers.

what is that i am doing wrong here ?

On 12/30/2011 9:06 PM, Hassan Schroeder wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 7:15 PM, Kiran Badi<>  wrote:
>> One final doubt can I have one servlet similar to listener which will listen
>> to the clicks, store the path info,validate the sessions and then push that
>> data to some jsp and I can include that jsp in my all pages.Do I need to
>> implement this exactly the way we implement httpsession listener ?
> I'm not sure what you mean by "listen to the clicks", but you have no
> way to know (other than JavaScript/AJAX) what the client is doing;
> the simplest approach to this problem is to use a Filter to push each
> request (or component, e.g. pathInfo) into an Array stored in session.
> Then yes, you can format and expose the data via a page fragment
> and/or a custom tag.

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