Well, web.xml is server-side mapping. But how to force GWT (client)
use the mapped URL, instead of /gwtRequest?
On Dec 30, 4:03 am, Y2i <yur...@gmail.com> wrote:
> If you are asking about RequestFactoryServlet on the server side then
> you can use RequestFactoryServlet.getThreadLocalRequest() to access
> the current request and then the session.
> web.xml has a <servlet-mapping/> associated to requestFactory <servlet/>: its <url-pattern/> element can be changed to point it to a
> different URL.
> On Dec 29, 6:32 pm, Arny <arny...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Is there a way to access the session from inside the RequestFactory?
> > I want to return elements specifically for users with the right access
> > rights.
> > Using AppEngine on back end.
> > Another question: Is it possible to change the /gwtRequest URL to
> > something else?
> > Appreciate any help.
> > Thanks
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