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I have looked on the net, but cannot find an example on how to configure the context of a deployed war file.

What I want is have a war file named xxx.war, but when you start the application you goto /yyy/index.jsp.

I'm not in the position to deploy this within an ear, which would allow me to use jboss web context xml file...

Do anyone know how to acheive this?

Kind regards,

James
 
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Try this - in the WEB-INF folder of your war, create a jboss-web.xml containing:

 
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