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Use of .servlet url pattern instead of .do in struts

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In struts I want to change the URL pattern to .servlet instead of .do. This url pattern is standard to call a servlet in our company.How to do this??????
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This is configured in struts-config.xml AFAIK
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Changing the value to .servlet instead of .do in url patern in struts-config.xml file does not work. We need to call all servlets with .servlet extention.
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Yes, i think you'll need to do this with a <url-pattern> in your web.xml
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