your http request, is it "GET /food/", or is there more in the path, such as
"GET /food/dinner.html". If so, you should have wildcards in the mapping, for
example:

<servlet-mapping url-pattern="/food/*" servlet-name="Categories"/>
<servlet-mapping url-regexp="/(food|travel|wine)/.*" servlet-name="Categories"/>

-Knut





Arthur Naylor wrote:
<servlet-mapping url-regexp="/(food|travel|wine)/" servlet-name="Categories"/> does not work either

On Feb 14, 2008, at 6:55 PM, Knut Forkalsrud wrote:

Arthur Naylor wrote:
if i use the url-pattern such as in the following ... <servlet-mapping url-pattern="/food/" servlet-name="Categories"/> <servlet-mapping url-pattern="/travel/" servlet-name="Categories"/> <servlet-mapping url-pattern="/wine/" servlet-name="Categories"/> things work fine ... the servlet is called and the page is delivered ... if i try using the regexp as it in the following ... the servlet is not called ... <servlet-mapping url-regexp="/(food | travel | wine)/" servlet-name="Categories"/>
Spaces? Maybe a URL like /food%20/ or /%20travel%20/ will work. Or url-regexp="/(food|travel|wine)/"

-Knut

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