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Tiles newbie, please help

 
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Hi,
I am new to Tiles.
I am trying to do a Global Forward to a definition declaration.
I have another test app without tiles working fine, in that one, I forward it to index.jsp. But I want to use a global forward in this application, forwarding to a a definition, (so that any user coming in will be taken to the login page).

I have my tiles definition file as follows -

I have my struts config file as follows -

I am getting a 404- Error 404: File not found: {0}
I checked the paths, all the files are there. What file is it looking for?
In my test Application without tiles that works fine, this is what the global forward looks like.

What am I doing wrong?
Thanks in advance,
Vidya
 
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I think what you are tring to do is the equivalent of <welcome-file-list> in web.xml
 
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You have
<forward name="/Welcome" path=".loginDef">
It should be
<forward name="/Welcome" path="/.loginDef">
 
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Also, are you using TilesRequestProcessor?
 
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I believe neither attribute of the forward tag requires a slash. I sure don't use 'em.
 
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