A "JSESSIONID" is the unique id of the http session – see the javadoc here.
When you start a HTTP session, the session ID is appended to the URL and a cookie is set. If the browser has cookies enabled, the JSESSIONID is not used on subsequent requests.
Here is a urlrewrite rule to get rid of it, substitute JSESSIONID for
the name of the parameter your app server uses to track sessions.
Just be aware that removing the session id will make sessions not work
for clients that do not support cookies.
Now i can show my page beautifully. I just found that my web hosting’s tomcat doesn’t support jsp tag like below:
No more jsessionid is appended after .js or .css
Cheers & Regards,
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