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Re: for url http://localhost:7172/myapp/Inventory.do inventory.js is not loaded

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  • iskitzdev
    ... cases)
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 28, 2006
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      --- In ajile@yahoogroups.com, "dlevancho" <dlevancho@...> wrote:
      >
      > url http://localhost:7172/myapp/Inventory.do inventory.js does
      > notget loaded,the reason I figure is that js file is under /inventory
      > directory same place where jsp is , but my app(and most of the apps
      > out there) does not allow jsp direct access,
      > for example: http://localhost:7172/inventory/inventory.jsp
      > instead its accessed with servlet mapping (struts mapping in some
      cases)
      > 7172/myapp/Inventory.do, is that the reason inventory.js does not get
      > loaded right?(and as I see there is not way around it, which is not
      > that big of a deal since I can use index.js instead)
      > one more question : is case sensitivity enforced : Inventory.jsp and
      > inventory.jsp will load same inventory.js or not?
      >
    • dlevancho
      ... does your reply means that my assumptions were correct, or you accidentally did not include your reply ? :)
      Message 2 of 3 , Nov 8, 2006
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        --- In ajile@yahoogroups.com, "iskitzdev" <iskitzdev@...> wrote:
        >
        >
        > --- In ajile@yahoogroups.com, "dlevancho" <dlevancho@> wrote:
        > >
        > > url http://localhost:7172/myapp/Inventory.do inventory.js does
        > > notget loaded,the reason I figure is that js file is under /inventory
        > > directory same place where jsp is , but my app(and most of the apps
        > > out there) does not allow jsp direct access,
        > > for example: http://localhost:7172/inventory/inventory.jsp
        > > instead its accessed with servlet mapping (struts mapping in some
        > cases)
        > > 7172/myapp/Inventory.do, is that the reason inventory.js does not get
        > > loaded right?(and as I see there is not way around it, which is not
        > > that big of a deal since I can use index.js instead)
        > > one more question : is case sensitivity enforced : Inventory.jsp and
        > > inventory.jsp will load same inventory.js or not?
        > >
        >



        does your reply means that my assumptions were correct, or you
        accidentally did not include your reply ? :)
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