but that index.jsp is in a folder name 'apps' with WEB-INF
This sound you your file is WEB-INF/apps/index.jsp
You cannot do that because files in WEB-INF are not accessible via a URL. If that is not what you have, please list the contents of your WAR file (run "jar -tl xxx.war" and post the output).
chain singh wrote:I just copy my application folder from jboss EAP 5 on Linux OS and paste in jboss5/server/defualt/deploy directory on Window OS.
So i dont use .war file i just add .war to the name of folder.
That still qualifies as a war file, albeit in exploded form.
chain singh wrote:
my web application have two folder WEB-INF and Employee.
Employee have index.jsp file
So, URL for index.jsp is "http://localhost:8080/EmployeeTrack/Employee/index.jsp".
WEB-INF have web.xml file with welcome-list tag have /index.jsp.
Then the welcome-list element is incorrect then. It should be Employee/index.jsp, if that's where the jsp is located.
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have i also made a jboss-web.xml file with data like "<jboss-web>
META-INF directory with WEB-INF and Employee directory.