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How to setup an alias path in websphere 4.0

Nancy Ho
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Joined: Aug 11, 2004
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Hello

I'm new to websphere. I just get a job for the company where websphere 4.0 is using. I have the problem with setting up an alias path.

My application has two parts. One is all static pages (htm,images) and another is dynamic pages (jsp, servlet). Both parts are stored in different location.

I want to deploy the static part under http://localhost/index.htm (index.html is the index page for static part) and the dynamic part under http://localhost/servlet/index.jsp.

I can make the static part working now. But I don't how to map the dynamic part.

Any helps are very appreciated.

Thanks
Nancy
 
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