Near the top of its web.xml file is
Then further on down there is
<!-- The master configuration file for this Spring web application -->
Question 1: I didn't realize that you could use init-param for Spring's contextConfigLocation within the servlet section. I've always seen contextConfigLocation set up via the context-param. If I were to specify the contextConfigLocation only within the servlet section does that mean I could have multiple Spring "containers" (if I had multiple servlet sections)? Does that work?
<!-- The front controller of this Spring Web application, responsible for handling all application requests -->
<servlet-name>Spring MVC Dispatcher Servlet</servlet-name>
Question 2: What's the purpose of the booking-faces web.xml specifying nothing for contextConfigLocation within the servlet section?