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Jetty --> giving a context a name...

 
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Hi.

I tried to build my own xml-file to start jetty.
It seems to work (...at least the starting itself), but i got two issues...but at first, here's the important part of the xml-file:


The server starts up without any errors or warnings, thats good :P But the URL to access the app is localhost:8080/WEB-INF/page.jspx ... i'm not quite sure if there's a way to change that to ... say "test123". That my first question; is there a way to do this?
Secondly, when i browse to the site localhost:8080/WEB-INF/page.jspx, i get "Error 500 - JSP support not configured". How can i configure this? ;) I guess it's just a line of code to add, but i don't know which line and where to add it ;)

Hope someone can help me ...

Greetz
gilaras

P.S.: My english sucks today (more than usual )
 
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Okay, i managed to solve the second problem, now the resource can't be found.
So i guess there is an error in when i try to tell jetty which file to load and where it can be found...
 
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