--- Jim Urban <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > you also have to use an url with 
".pdf" at the
> The url the client is posting to is a servlet which uses FOP to generate a
> PDF and feed it back to the browser.  If the client post a request to
> myservlet.pdf the server will look for a file called myservlet.pdf and
> return a 403 when it can't find it.  So how do you use a url that ends with
> .pdf when using servlets?

If you can't set up an alias in the webserver as people have suggested you could 
always have a servlet class called "pdf" within a package "myservlet".
End result: myservlet.pdf

Could have sworn this was in the FAQ. 

Oh dear - that means the FAQ isn't good enough yet....


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