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Tomcat 5 context configuration problem

Jigna
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Joined: Jun 04, 2008
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I am trying to configure the context of my web application in Tomcat 5 but i can't find where to configure it.It was in the context attribute previously in server.xml with Tomcat 4.But for Tomcat5 , even if i have my application deployed under webapps, i am not able to access it.
Thanks in advance for favourable replies.
Ben Souther
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