JSP Request .get Context Path ( ), the context path is the portion of the request URL that indicates the context of the request.
Understand with Example
The section of this Tutorial illustrate an example on JSP Request.getContextPath. To begin with example we create a contextPath.jsp that consists of a scriplets that embeds a java expression and putting them between the character. The java expression consists of getContextPath( ) that return the portion of the request URL and specifies the context of the request. The context Path comes first in a request URL. It starts with a "/" character but never end with a "/" character. The servlets in the default (root) context, this method returns " The container does not decode string".
<%=request.getContextPath( )%> : The <%=request.getContextPath ( )> is used to return the portion of the request URL and specifies the context of the request.
Here is the code of contextPath.jsp
<font color="red">The Context Path is:<%=request.getContextPath()%></font>
Output will be displayed as:
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