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I have a jsp file . How can I get file's name by code ?
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Question by:tunhien
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can you be clear
you want the same JSP's name in that JSP????
or you want that JSP name in some other java class.?
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by:tunhien
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you want the same JSP's name in that JSP????  <---- yes
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<%String x = request.getRequestURI();
 x.substring(x.lastIndexOf("/"),x.length());%>

use <%=x%> where ever you want to display.

just try this and get back.
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<%String x = request.getRequestURI();
x = x.substring(x.lastIndexOf("/"),x.length());%>

sorry use this code instead.
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