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configuration for first page of website
Joined: Aug 10, 2005
Oct 12, 2005 15:20:00
I have configured apache,
and mod_jk , and they are working fine together.
Now I want the first page of my website (meaning
) to be directly one of my
What should I configure to do that ? what file in apache or tomcat ?
My temporary solution is to have an index html file in my apache web directory with a frame that points to my action on my tomcat context.
I don't want to keep that frame and that dirty solution.
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Oct 12, 2005 15:44:00
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