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Java System Application Server 9 Main Context root

 
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Hi folks, I'm using Sun Java System application server 9 instead of Tomcat for the SCWCD.

I'm starting it up.

How do I specify the main context root for my site???

My site is http://localhost

By using the Admin Console and Deploying a War File I can only use kind of this (The Context Root Field is Required , so I choose "application"):
http://localhost/application

I don't want the /application. I just want http://localhost for my site.


In fact:
How do I deploy a war file using the Java System Application Server 9 to be the root of my domain using the Admin Console?


Thanks in advance.
 
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Check
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?tstart=0&forumID=136&threadID=526094&trange=15

reply number 8 is the solution to this thread.
 
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