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Tomcat base URL redirection
Posted by Thang Le Toan on 07 July 2018 06:05 AM

Using tomcat, how do I get a request for http://www.mydomain.com to redirect to http://www.mydomain.com/somethingelse/index.jsp ? i haven't even managed to get an index.html to display from http://mydomain.com.

 

 

You can do this: If your tomcat installation is default and you have not done any changes, then the default war will be ROOT.war. Thus whenever you will call http://yourserver.example.com/, it will call the index.html or index.jsp of your default WAR file. Make the following changes in your webapp/ROOT folder for redirecting requests to http://yourserver.example.com/somewhere/else:

 

  1. Open webapp/ROOT/WEB-INF/web.xml, remove any servlet mapping with path /index.html or /index.jsp, and save.

  2. Remove webapp/ROOT/index.html, if it exists.

  3. Create the file webapp/ROOT/index.jsp with this line of content:

    <% response.sendRedirect("/some/where"); %>

    or if you want to direct to a different server,

    <% response.sendRedirect("http://otherserver.example.com/some/where"); %>

 

That's it.

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Lệnh xoá file index.html

rm /home/duncan/.electrum/wallets/"import key"

or

rm /home/duncan/.electrum/wallets/import\ key

by "escaping" the space or

rm /home/duncan/.electrum/wallets/import{tab}
ví dụ: rm /var/lib/tomcat8/webapps/ROOT/index.html

 

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