Hi there,

Recently, I bought a web space from JavaServletHosting and tring to deploy
my wicket application to my web space. However, after deploying my
application, it didn't work well. The problem is although the context root
of my application is something like "http://my_web_space/";, the
JavaServletHosting maps all of the servlet class to a virtual path
"http://my_web_space/servlet/";, hence, all my web pages can not work

I wonder to know if it is possible to tell wicket to read all of the class
from "http://my_web_space/servlet/"; instead of "http://my_web_space/";.

Chih-liang Chang
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