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Where is the context path ?

 
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Hi.
As you all know, each Java web application has a context.
To access our web application at out machine, we wrote :
http://localhost:8080/appcontext/index.jsp
but in actual deployment (Internet), we wrote :
http://www.ourdomain.com/index.jsp
Where did the conext go ?
(well, I'm not sure if this forum is suitable, Sorry)..
 
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Sounds like your app was configured to be the default webapp on that server.
Meaning the context path was "".
 
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