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From David kerber <dcker...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: Setting default webapp
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2007 13:21:27 GMT
Thanks, guys; I like the redirect idea a lot better than a second 
install that I'm likely to forget to update at some point.


Pid wrote:
> David kerber wrote:
>   
>> I want my webapp to be the default application on my Tomcat 5.5 server,
>> so that it will go to the app's login page even if they don't enter the
>> app name as part of the url. For example, normally my app is accessed at:
>>
>> http://myserver:8081/SiteData/Login.jsp
>>
>> I want them to get Login.jsp even if all they enter is:
>>
>> http://myserver:8081
>>
>> Do I need to install the SiteData app as root to accomplish this, or can
>> it be done without this second installation?
>>     
>
> Installing it as ROOT will do the trick, if you have no other default app.
>
> Alternatively, put a single redirecting servlet/jsp/filter as the index
> in the ROOT webapp and have it execute a normal redirectURL() to your
> webapp.
>
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>> D
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