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From LiuYan 刘研 <>
Subject remove the corresponding servlet mapping
Date Mon, 18 Jun 2007 09:41:37 GMT

maybe you should remove the corresponding servlet mapping for /index.jsp, or
simply delete everything under ROOT folder, or you can try Tomcat 6.

Rob Tanner wrote:
> Hi,
> I installed Tomcat 5.5.23 stand-alone and then replaced the default 
> index.jsp home page (webapps/ROOT/index.jsp) with a different a 
> different jsp.  But, no matter what I do, I still get the default Tomcat 
> home page and not the pager I replaced it with.  At first I thought it 
> was my browser caching simply caching the original page.  I cleared 
> cache and that made no difference, so I tried wget, a command line 
> utility that knows nothing about caching. I still got the default Tomcat 
> home page.  I tried using wget from a different machine -- same 
> results.  I could see from doing a "ps -ef | grep java" that I wasn't 
> running a second Tomcat process and just to make sure that I was 
> actually talking to the server I thought I was talking to, I killed the 
> Tomcat process and tried again.  This time I got a "Connection refused", 
> meaning that no other server was answering the GET requests.  I 
> restarted Tomcat and once again got the original default home page 
> instead of the actual index.jsp that replaced it.
> Can anyone tell me where this content is coming from?
> Thanks,
> Rob

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