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The Browser Does Not Display the Welcome Page Each Time the Server Restarts

 
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While the server is running, I am able to be redirected to the welcome page after I click on any of the LOGOUT buttons in my application. And while I am at the welcome page, I can see http://localhost:8080/NameOfMyApplication/do/Main in the address bar. But, if I shut down the server and restart it, the browser shows a page with all the images that I defined in the tile (I use tile to show web pages) and a LOGOUT button. In the address bar, I see http://localhost:8080/NameOfMyApplication/do/Main;jsessionid=49I943J0FJQIQ205058
I must click on that LOGOUT button in order to go to my welcome page. That is to say, I do not directly get the welcome page each time the server restarts.
I must have messed something up and would appreciate if anybody could help identifying the problem.
In my web.xml, I have:

and this index.jsp (shown below) is in my application root:

The mapping in the struts-config.xml is:

I think the logout part would be more informative. The LOGOUT button is in a piece of tile:

The mapping in the struts-config.xml is:

The code in the LogoffAction.java is shown below:
 
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