Fixed several dispatch servlets in web.xmlSeptember 03, 2020 by Leslie Edison
You can see an error message that says there are multiple dispatcher servlets in the web.xml. There are two different ways to solve this problem, and this is what we will explain now.
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If you're familiar with Spring, you know where the DispatcherServlet fits into this framework because it handles the rendering of views in Spring MVC and files. I recently had a game with this framework along with several others, and there I ran into an issue in Spring MVC when I was completing several sections in a given project. I wanted to set up mapping for different sections separately so that when accessing a file from http: // localhost: 8080 / module1 / index.html, completely different sections appear in the module1 servlet XML which is stored in the Web Deployer web.xml is defined as -
And then I try to create a DispatcherServlet for another section - Module2 - with the same signature as Module1 in web.xml -
In this configuration, when trying to open http: // localhost: 8080 / module2 / index.html, a 404 error is displayed, which means that page not found . If you've worked on the Struts framework, you may already be familiar with the workaround.
This is because we are using the same