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How to change glassfish application server default browser icon?

 
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Can we set a default browser-tab icon for applications running under glassfish server?
 
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Add a favicon.ico file, containing the image you want shown, to the root context of your application. This should work in any standardized web application container.
 
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unfortunately with glassfish, this solution do not work!
the only solution till now is to embed it inside the html code using the link tag referencing the favicon.ico to be used...
thanks anyways
 
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I bet if you look in your logs you'll see the file is being accessed if it's in the right place.

Possibly your GlassFish installation does not define the proper MIME type for a .ico file Try adding:

<mime-mapping>
<extension>ico</extension>
<mime-type>image/vnd.microsoft.icon</mime-type>
</mime-mapping>

to your default-web.xml file and see if that helps.
 
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Inside the default-web.xml, there is already a mime definition for 'ico', which is

so i left it, and i added the type that you provided. then i put the favicon.ico under the context-root of my application, then restarted the server, but no change also... maybe am missing something else?

about the log file, at which log file should i look? i tried the default server.log but nothing inside referencing a missing ico image...
 
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Michael,
I was using Firefox for testing, and i don't know if there is a special configuration or issue with favicon on Firefox, but what i know, that after testing your suggestion using google chrome, i find it well working...
thanks!!
 
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