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MyPrj on http://localhost:8080/ ?

Peter Primrose
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Hi all,

quick question: when I go to my: http://localhost:8080/ instead of seeing the "congraulation page" of tomcat...I see my project. how can I access my project (MyPrj) with http://localhost:8080/MyPrj ///this doesn't work but

anyone?
Bear Bibeault
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Moved to the Tomcat forum.


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Ben Souther
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Where did you put your project?


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Peter Primrose
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under webapps

C:\Tomcat\webapps
Ben Souther
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What did you name it?
Did you alter server.xml or create a context fragment file?

Rather than have me as a million questions, maybe you could spend a little time describing exactly how you deployed your app??? ;)
Peter Primrose
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nothing with the server.xml

simple deployment: moved the folder to the webapps, thats it!
Ben Souther
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Did you name the folder "ROOT"?
 
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