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Issues regarding tomcat hosting a java web application

Ricardo Estafan
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Joined: Mar 29, 2004
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Hi all,

i have a question regarding a website build using spring and struts.

Which has successfully been deployed on a tomcat server at a webhosting party.

However when connecting to the site e.g. http://www.company_name.nl will result in a base href of http://company_name.nl/war_file_name.

Not an issue you might think... We are very glad that it's all fully operational. However thinking of search engine optimazation etc. how do you deal with these issues. Google Pagerank for either index and further is 0. And the site can hardly be retrieved using a search engine.

Perhaps it's not the most appropriate forum to place this topic.
But I hope one of you can help me out or direct me to the correct forum.

Thanks a lot!!!

Ricardo
 
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