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Ambika Jain
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Hi,

In the web.xml file, is it compulsory to add only index.html files or we can add othe files too. Also are these the files that get loaded by default.

I tried to look into details about welcome-file-list tag but did not find much info. Is there any link where all the tags are well explained.

Thanks so much.
 
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It's not compulsory to add anything at all.

Here's google's first hit on the matter.
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Originally posted by Amba Joshi:
Hi,


I tried to look into details about welcome-file-list tag but did not find much info. Is there any link where all the tags are well explained.

Thanks so much.


Why not read the same explanation that the builders of the app servers read?
http://www.jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr154/

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You can also take a look at the sample chapter 5 "Controlling Web Application Behavior with web.xml" from the book More Servlets and JavaServer Pages. You can download it from the book's website www.moreservlets.com. It is a great resource on understanding the deployment descriptor file (i.e. web.xml). Of course, the book is an even better resource for understanding Servlets & JSPs as a whole
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