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Request Path in JSP

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We are providing you an example which shows the request path. The HTTPServletRequest interface provides method getRequestURL().

Request Path in JSP

     

This section illustrates you how to get the request path in JSP.

We are providing you an example which shows the request path. The HTTPServletRequest interface provides method getRequestURL(). The getRequestURL() method provides the URL of the request.

Here is the code of requestPath.jsp

<html>
<head><title>show Request Path</title></head>
<h2>Show Path:</h2>
<b>URL = <%= request.getRequestURL() %></b><br>
<b>ServletPath= <%= request.getServletPath() %></b>
</html>

In the above example, the method getRequestURL() is called which will display the URL of the current JSP page.

Here is the output:

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