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Request.ServerVariables equivalent in JSP

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Is there an equivalent to Request.ServerVariables for JSP, to return server information -- such as server_software, url...etc?
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Question by:surfsista9
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Hi surfsista9,

Er.. I know that you can use things like

request.getServerName
request.getRequestURI

Check this site for some more:
http://www.essi.fr/~buffa/cours/internet2000/POLYS/servlets/Servlet-Tutorial-CGI-Variables.html

Regards,
Zyloch
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