Mike London wrote:Although a good idea, Bear's suggestion didn't solve the problem, but I ended up solved the problem by including the root directory name.
I hate to nit pick, but you're including the application context name, not the root directory name. In some cases, the application context name is derived from the name of the directory where the application is deployed, but not always. Also, the "root" application means something else on an application server. Best not to get those two terms confused.
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