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How do I get the name of the JSP being called?

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Hello,

When a jsp is called I want it to get it's own name. So, if a user calls page testPage.jsp, I want testPage.jsp to be able to determine it's own name (testPage.jsp)....
 How?

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Keith

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use this for the complete path.
application.getRealPath(request.getServletPath());
use  
request.getServletPath();  
to get
yourJSPdirectory/testPage.jsp
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