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troubleshooting Question

Print else if, in an else statement

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vrmetroFlag for United States of America asked on
JavaJSP
7 Comments1 Solution342 ViewsLast Modified:
Hello,

The code below is used to switch between outputs based on environment.  My question is will the internal "else if" print or will that mess up the script?  If so how cna I print the internal else if's?

if ("test.findwhere.com:9021".equals(request.getRemoteHost())) {
// TEST
else if (Country.equals("XS"))db_CONFIGTYPE = "sxlof"; <<--- NEED THIS TO PRINT
}
if ("test.findwhere.com:9021".equals(request.getRemoteHost())) {
				// TEST
				else if (Country.equals("XS"))db_CONFIGTYPE = "sxlof";
			} else if ("staging.findwhere.com".equals(request.getRemoteHost())){
			   	// STAGING
			   	else if (Country.equals("XS"))db_CONFIGTYPE = "sxlof";
			} else {
				// LIVE
				else if (Country.equals("XS"))db_CONFIGTYPE = "sxwf";
			}
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