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How to create ".view" extension file in j2ee

How to create ".view" extension file in j2ee


I am new in j2ee. I have gone through a j2ee book. There is a web application named "Soccer" in which a file name "list_league.view" is given at "/" directory. So my question is how can i create these extension type file.

Content of Web.xml file:



Content of Index.html file:

<table border='1' cellpadding='5' cellspacing='0' width='400' >
<tr bgcolor='#CCCCFF' align='center' valign='center'>
<td><h3>Duke's Soccer League: Home</h3></td>
<p>This is the Home Page for Duke's Soccer League.</p>
<ul><li><a href="list_league.view">List all league</a></li>
<li>Register for a league(TBA)</li>
<h3>League Administrator</h3>
<ul><li><a>Add a new league</a></li></ul>

RE: How to create ".view" extension file in j2ee

list_league.view is not a file, is an URL that points somewhere that needs to be defined in your application.


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