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Old 04-15-2003, 08:38 AM   #1
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Tomcat weird problem....

Okay i have set up tomcat and now i am able to get that nice index.jsp page that comes with the installation. Now thinking that maybe it might be better for my webserver to load a page of my own, i made my little version of index.html and put it in the ROOT folder and got rid of index.jsp. But after shutting down and restarting, i still get the original index.jsp page!! What gives!?! i am so confused..i don't understand how it can get the page when it's not even there!! anyone know what's going on??


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