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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject Re: Welcome-file-list
Date Sat, 24 May 2003 03:46:49 GMT
I would imagine "probably not" for 4.x standard-distro.   It may get enabled
for 4.x if you use the HEAD for j-t-c.

This option is also available in 3.3.2-dev (aka nightly) by setting the
useInternal="true" attribute on StaticInterceptor.

"Tim Funk" <funkman@joedog.org> wrote in message
news:3ECE241A.4080105@joedog.org...
> Coming in tomcat5 (the functionality may someday appear in tomcat4, but
> probably not)
>
> If you use apache in from of tomcat, mod_jk will hide index.jsp, but I am
> unsure of jk2's behavior with respect to this.
>
> -Tim
>
> Renato Romano wrote:
> > I have I web application on my tomcat server on the ROOT context, which
> > has "index.jsp" as welcome-file, correctly listed in web.xml; however,
> > when I ask for http://myserver.mynetwork.com/ it seems that tomcat is
> > "redirecting" the client to http://myserver.mynetwork.com/index.jsp.
> > What I would like is avoiding have the client address bar showing the
> > index.jsp page... Is that possible ?
> > Thanks
> > Renato
> >
> > ____________________________________
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> > 16127 - GENOVA
> >
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> > Tel.:   010 2712603
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